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‘Wonderstruck’ Cinematographer Edward Lachman on Exploring Two Different Time Periods

The cinematographer describes bringing both the 1920s and 1970s to the screen in the Todd Haynes-directed film.

‘Call Me by Your Name,’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Producers on Ensuring a Safe Space on Set

The producer of 'Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri' also talked about the film's timeliness at the Produced By NY conference.

‘Wonderstruck’ Costume Designer Sandy Powell Talks 1920s and ’70s Wardrobe

The Oscar-winning costume designer chats about bringing two eras to life through clothing.

‘Wonderstruck’: Why Sign Language Is Only Used in Half of the Movie

Director Todd Haynes also tells THR of casting deaf actors as hearing characters and having the crew learn basic sign language.

Julianne Moore to Be Honored at 2017 MoMA Film Benefit

The actress joins such past honorees as Tom Hanks, Cate Blanchett, Quentin Tarantino and Baz Luhrmann.

Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Gets New York Film Festival Centerpiece Screening

The Amazon title will screen at the fest before its Oct. 20 release.

Cannes: THR Critics Debate Wretched Russians, the Robert Pattinson Revelation and a Bad Fest for Actresses

THR film critics ponder the competition, clashing over Todd Haynes and Russian contenders, heaping praise on Robert Pattinson, dissecting the Netflix-Cannes beef and more.

Young Actresses Fake Being Deaf to Audition for Todd Haynes Film

A nationwide search to cast the young Rose in 'Wonderstruck' resulted in 100 or so tapes from girls, some of whom were not actually hearing-impaired: "It was a little bit of a shock," says the director.

Child’s Play: Kids Making an Impact in Major Cannes Roles

Children carry a heavy load in 'Wonderstruck', 'Okja' and 'The Florida Project,' but finding the right mix of youth and maturity is no small task.

Cannes: Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Gets Warm Standing Ovation

Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams and other stars of the film also attended the premiere.

Cannes: Todd Haynes’ ‘Wonderstruck’ Stakes Oscar Claim

The Amazon Studios film received a warm reception at its first press screening.

‘Wonderstruck’: Film Review | Cannes 2017

Todd Haynes is back with his past muse Julianne Moore in 'Wonderstruck,' but it’s her junior co-stars who hold the spotlight in this enthralling adaptation of Brian Selznick’s illustrated novel for young readers.