Sofia Coppola


‘Priscilla’ Is a Delicate Yet Powerful Story of a Woman Emerging from the Shadows


Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla Presley biopic is a subtle and frank look at her fairytale romance with Elvis and the delicate yet powerful way she takes back her agency.

Marie Antoinette Mise En Scene

‘Marie Antoinette’ and the Argument for Mise-en-Scène as Film Form


Sometimes a prop is more than just a prop.

Marie Antoinette Ending Explained

The Ending of Sofia Coppola’s ‘Marie Antoinette’ Explained


There are many different ways to say goodbye.

The Virgin Suicides: Cecilia Lisbon

How Sofia Coppola Uses Color in ‘The Virgin Suicides’


“We felt the imprisonment of being a girl, the way it made your mind active and dreamy, and how you ended up knowing which colors went together.”

On The Rocks Photo

‘On The Rocks’ Showcases Sofia Coppola at Her Most Mature


The director long preoccupied with coming of age narratives now turns her full attention to the problems that come with adulthood.

Anthony Hopkins In The Father

Recklessly Early 2021 Oscar Predictions


The 92nd Academy Awards just ended, but we’re already considering what the major contenders will be for the 93rd.

Bling Ring

‘The Bling Ring’ is a Perfect Millennial Movie


Sofia Coppola’s polarizing crime drama deserves more credit than it’s been given.

Marie Antoinette

As Life Flies By: Sofia Coppola Through Windows


Lost in Translation

Crossing Over: How ‘Lost in Translation’ Uses the Frame


The caverns of meaning and negative space can operates similarly.