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Steven Soderbergh's 7 Most Underrated Movies (and What You Can Learn From Them)

Steven Soderbergh is less a filmmaker and more a force of nature. Here are his most underrated films that can change the way you make yours. In the past decade, the Oscar-winning filmmaker has directed ten features, two seasons of television (plus whatever the hell Mosaic was), along with producing many more television shows and movies and shooting second unit on the first Hunger Games. And, keep in mind, this was all after he supposedly "retired" in 2013 with Magic Mike. (Feeling lazy yet?) With so much output, it's understandable that some of his accomplishments -- and what those accomplishments can teach you about the art and commerce of moviemaking. The Underneath (1995) An early experiment in neo-noir, The Underneath (available as a special feature on Criterion's King of the Hill Blu-ray) is an interesting and entirely forgotten entry in Soderbergh's filmography, when the director was eagerly experimenting while finding his artistic voice. Read More...

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Published By: NoFilmSchool - Monday, 9 December

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