We chat with the composer about the challenges director Martin McDonagh initiated and how they arrived at a whimsical sound to counter the film’s dark mood.
By Meg Shields
Violence, Shame, Victimization. Repeat.
The ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ director has been sitting on this one for over 20 years.
The filmmaker behind ‘In Bruges,’ ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ and ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ shares his thoughts on writing, loving your characters, and how to not be fucking boring.
Some believe the shorts categories are a disposable part of the Academy Awards. We think they deserve greater respect and recognition.
Watch a video essay that breaks down a vital visual storytelling technique.
By William Dass
The Oscar-winning actress executed her own “The More You Know” moment at the awards last night. Here’s hoping it starts a fire.
Three Billboards’ racist cop is a complex character. That doesn’t mean the film wants us to absolve him.
Martin McDonagh’s film may have cleaned up at the Golden Globes, but the numbers suggest a more diverse critical body wouldn’t have been so forgiving of its flaws.