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THE NON-LINEAR NEO-NOIRS
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THE BLOCKBUSTERS BEGIN
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THE COLOSSAL CORNERSTONES
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THE APOCALYPTIC EPICS
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PRESENT TENSION

About Program

THE DIRECTORS SERIES is an educational collection of video and text essays by filmmaker Cameron Beyl exploring the works of contemporary and classic film directors. 

CHRIS NOLAN: THE NON-LINEAR NEO-NOIRS

Part 1: THE NON-LINEAR NEO-NOIRS is the first chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and careers of director Christopher Nolan, covering his pair of breakout independent neo-noirs:

DOODLEBUG (1997)
FOLLOWING (1998)
MEMENTO (2000)

CHRIS NOLAN: THE BLOCKBUSTERS BEGIN

Part 2: THE BLOCKBUSTERS BEGIN is the second chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and careers of director Christopher Nolan, covering his trailblazing forays into big-budget studio filmmaking:

INSOMNIA (2002)
BATMAN BEGINS (2005)
THE PRESTIGE (2006)

CHRIS NOLAN: THE COLOSSAL CORNERSTONES

Part 3: THE COLOSSAL CORNERSTONES is the third chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and career of director Christopher Nolan, covering his zeitgeist-defining pair of complex blockbusters:

THE DARK KNIGHT (2008)
INCEPTION (2010)

CHRIS NOLAN: THE APOCALYPTIC EPICS

Part 4: THE APOCALYPTIC EPICS is the fourth chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and career of director Christopher Nolan, covering his pair of big-screen opuses with super-sized stakes:

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES (2012) 
INTERSTELLAR (2014)

CHRIS NOLAN: PRESENT TENSION

Part 5: PRESENT TENSION is the fifth chapter of THE DIRECTORS SERIES' examination into the films and career of director Christopher Nolan, covering his minimalist war opus, DUNKIRK (2017):

QUAY (2015)
DUNKIRK (2017)