gavin hood

With such films as Tsotsi and Rendition, director Gavin Hood has made a career out of tackling difficult subject matter and presenting them in a compelling fashion. His latest, the military thriller Eye in the Sky, which doubles as both a character drama and a meditation on the ramifications of drone warfare, is no exception.
What a coup! Publicist Peggy Siegal exulted in the day's headlines: drones taking down 150 al-Shabab inductees in Africa
Critically acclaimed actor Aaron Paul and Academy Award-winning director Gavin Hood swing by HuffPost Live to discuss their
Lots to discuss in this week's show! First up, short takes on new and upcoming releases Eddie the Eagle, Triple 9, and Eye
Why War? Why unnecessary death? How do we know what the enemy is thinking? Ender's Game poses these questions and many more about war.
Hard enough bringing a science fiction novel as beloved, respected, and influential as Ender's Game to the screen. So it has to be said that director Gavin Hood has accomplished this not-inconsiderable challenge.
As a newcomer to the series, I found myself much more interested in the film's take on leadership, the military, war, and empathy for one's enemy.
Set after the events of X-Men: The Last Stand (and long after the story in the sorry X-Men Origins: Wolverine), The Wolverine finds Logan living in the woods somewhere in the American northwest.
Hood: And that's the beautiful thing. Frequently artists create something that is better and more insightful than their own
Anyone who has read Orson Scott Card’s beloved 1985 sci-fi novel, "Ender’s Game," can understand why, for the past 20 years
Rendition more or less understands the environment in which it's being released and bucks this cinematic broderism at every turn, and if for only that, progressives should give it a modicum of respect.