christopher nolan

TIFF 2018

How Hans Zimmer Makes Movie Scores You Remember

We sat down to talk to the prolific composer about how he made the 21st century’s most memorable scores, from Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy to his work with Steve McQueen.
Karen Han
9.12.18
Film

'The Dark Knight' Helped Me Recognize My Fear of People

Christopher Nolan’s superhero epic nailed how society deals with anxiety, and I know that from personal experience.
Noel Ransome
7.19.18
SBS VICELAND

We Need to Re-Assess Who Batman Is

How did we get from kitsch Adam West to brooding Ben Affleck?
Cameron Williams
11.23.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

US shows off air power after latest North Korean missile test, ISIS attacks Iraqi embassy in Afghanistan, most Americans believe Trump presidency is "chaos," and more.
VICE Staff
7.31.17
Features

Hans Zimmer Can Write an Entire Film Score From a Single Photograph

We talked to the legendary composer about his recent Coachella debut, 'The Lion King,' and avoiding Hollywood typecasting.
Corinne Przybyslawski
4.20.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Did Trump, Known 'Dark Knight Rises' Fanboy, Channel Bane in His Inauguration Speech?

The president professed his love for the film in 2012 and came close to quoting the lead villain on Friday.
Mike Pearl
1.20.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Christopher Nolan's New Movie Looks Like a Straightforward WWII Epic

It'll be interesting to see how Nolan tackles a war story, since there probably won't be any high concept mind-fucks like 'Inception' or 'Prestige'-y twists.
VICE Staff
12.14.16
Design

Meet the "Super 8" Camera Designed for Internet Kids

Tarantino, Spielberg, and Abrams have given their blessing to this new collab by Kodak and Yves Béhar.
Beckett Mufson
1.6.16
Film

​The New James Bond Movie Is Way Too Sane and Relevant

The problem with 'Spectre' isn't that it's dumb—it's that it's not dumb enough.
Dan Duray
11.6.15
Film

This Mirrored City Footage Will Send Your Head Spinning

Timelapse filmmaker Richard Bentley bends and morphs his footage to create a kaleidoscopic view of New York.
Nathaniel Ainley
8.14.15
Film

All of Christopher Nolan’s Movies Are Missing Something

This supercut weaves together 18 years of movies from "Memento" to "Batman".
Annie Armstrong
7.20.15
Film

We Are Special, We Are Safe: America's Self-Image on Camera Since 9/11

From fear to sentimentality to skepticism, a tour through American cinema after 9/11.
Rod Bastanmehr
7.5.15
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