A fascinating and recent interview with Dante Spinotti, famed for his cinematography and collaboration with Michael Mann. This interview, just 10 minutes long, gives some extremely important insights into how the two men worked closely together to produce not just a stylised look associated with Mann, but a web of visual structure and clues that are forensically […]
Celebrating the release of Michael Mann’s Manhunter on BluRay, there have been numerous articles written on this highly regarded cult classic. What appealed to me about this article is that it is a very recent interview with Brian Cox who played Lector, providing additional insight for those either new or familiar with the film. He […]
Here is a simple web link to a short essay on Manhunter, in anticipation of its release on Blu-Ray.
For as long as these videos are available online, you can treat yourself to some old but powerful Michael Mann interviews with some of our best loved Michael Mann scenes. This is wonderful footage, including actor interviews about the Tiger scene from Manhunter and that extraordinarily charged cliff scene in Last of the Mohicans. It […]
I was delighted to find some comments left both on this site and the Michael Mann social site from those who actually went to the Egyptian theatre screening celebrating 25 years of Michael Mann’s Manhunter. Those lucky fans, journalists or whoever they are, were fortunate enough to meet Michael Mann and some had their Heat […]
Michael Mann will be making a personal appearance at the Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood for the 25th Anniversary screening of Manhunter. It takes place on Saturday, March 19, 7.30pm. Tickets have sold out already. Following the screening there will be a discussion of the film with Michael Mann. Wish I was there! Egyptian Theatre 6712 Hollywood […]
This footage of an interview with William Petersen really does go back in time, all the way back to 1986 when Manhunter was released. Manhunter is a powerful film and has Mann’s visual stamp all over it. If you have never seen it, check it out. The interview is quite insightful and worth the time […]
Manhunter is probably my least favourite of Mann’s films, despite it being typically brilliant in style, acting and directing. I am not betraying Michael Mann in saying this – I thoroughly appreciate the usual nuance and visual complexity that is brought to this film. However, I always struggle with content that includes horrific abuse. It […]