Life’s Work: The Films of Roman Polanski - SPACES
by Steven Santos
From his student shorts to his 2011 feature, Carnage, Roman Polanski has directed films that explore social, political and sexual issues within a single, often confining location. In this video essay, Steven Santos explores the role of setting in Polanski’s films, as a window into his characters’ mental states.
The Pitch Box is a open call for you to pitch an idea you have for a video essay. Interested in the way Kubrick uses color in A Clockwork Orange or how to use dialogue in an opening scene? Tell us what you want to see.