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What To Watch In July: 'The Stanford Prison Experiment,' 'Cartel Land,' and more
A perilous journey into the world of drug cartels, a simulated prison experiment that reduces Ezra Miller to a weeping boy, and a Christmas Eve spent with transgender prostitutes in Los Angeles. Yeah, July has something for everyone.
Weird Dads Are the Best Dads: Films for Father's Day
Crystal Moselle Traces The Reclusive, Cinema-Obsessed Lives of 'The Wolfpack' Boys
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon On Scorsese, Loss, and his Sundance Winner 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl'
Countless actors have been said to have a love affair with the camera, and the same can be said of filmmaker Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. He’s one of the few directors working today whose prowess behind the camera can leave viewers breathless yet it never overpowers the actors or storyline. His camera becomes a character and subtly comments on scenes with a sudden movement or unexpected angle, rather than overwhelming them.