Todd Haynes’ Cinematic Voice: Stream 7 Classic Films That Shaped The Filmmaker

Todd Haynes’ Cinematic Voice: Stream 7 Classic Films That Shaped The Filmmaker
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Todd Haynes is one of the most distinct voices working in film today. He’s also a cinematic chameleon. For every period film Haynes makes, he and his team of craftsman adapt not only the look of the movies or photography of that era, but the visual language as well.

For example, both “Carol” and “Far from Heaven” are Haynes films set in ’50s-era America, but they are worlds apart. While “Carol” got its color palette and sense of composition from the photographers like Saul Leiter who documented the period, “Far From Heaven” recreated the manufactured studio look of Douglas Sirk’s melodramas of that era.
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