The book was fantastic, and it details an overlooked but important part of American history. Glad to see big names attached to this film, history deserves it!
I agree with you, and I see this with the many DP's on instagram. It's almost like a contest to see who can post the most underexposed "frame" possible these days.
The Ozark DP's are obviously very skilled and talented, but this style does seem like a tired trend.
Guarantee there’s not a single person on the planet that could identify the “look” of these lenses in a blind test. It’s just such BS.
Appreciate the effort of the article but you guys publish a variation of this exact story every year.
Some ultra privileged and well-connected white kid just-so-happens to have contacts at Sundance, New York Times, LA Media Fund, and has no problem cold calling world famous directors that are eager to come on as producers? Give me a break, man.
I’m sure the film is great, but this type of interview comes off as totally disingenuous.
Do people really still consider Sundance “indie?”