Sunday, October 11, 2015

Christopher Nolan Defends 35 mm, 'Lawrence of Arabia' and Quentin Tarantino

It’s always satisfying to see mainstream filmmakers fight for the team, to champion cinema itself rather than simply their own work. Martin Scorsese’s been at the forefront for years, of course, with his Film Foundation, while Quentin Tarantino has made a typical commitment, with his New Beverly cinema in LA, to show films only on celluloid. Both men, too, have never been shy of plugging their heroes. And it was with both hats, art form champion and fan, that Christopher Nolan hit the London Film Festival this week, offering one of the festival’s most stimulating evenings so far. The "Dark Knight" and "Interstellar" director has become quite the draw, judging...

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