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Alfonso Cuaron

Alfonso Cuaron’s One-shots

Alfonso Cuaron’s One-shots

Director Alfonso Cuaron is a master of the “oner,” those lengthy tracking shots which immerse you right in the heart of the action. From Y Tu Mamá También to Children of Men to Gravity to Roma, The Royal Ocean Film Society looks back at the evolution of his technique.

Roma (Trailer)

Roma (Trailer)

Every frame is truly a painting in director Alfonso Cuaron’s black and white love letter to his home – a film about a difficult year in the life of a family in 1970s Mexico City. Arrives in theaters 11/21/18 and on Netflix 12/14/18.


The Weight of Gravity

The Weight of Gravity

It’s been a couple of years since Gravity first blew our minds. Filmscapel looks back at Alfonso Cuarón’s masterwork, which deftly combined tension, incredible cinematography, and groundbreaking visual effects, accentuated by a shockingly minimal plot.


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