Alfonso Cuaron

I suspect Gravity might just be the dawning sun of a new genre in movie-making: the 'super-immersive' movie concept. It will influence the movies that get produced and how they are later marketed.
'Gravity' just broke another record. In surprising news for a film that you'd think could only be properly enjoyed on the
'Gravity' - fresh from its Oscar triumph, where it went home with seven gold statuettes to its name, including for its inspirational
We are, here at Huffington Post UK Comedy, huge fans of the Screen Junkies team. But never more so than right now - as the
Because the only thing worse than being separated from others and stranded out in space? Being separated from others and
"Everything came about, not unlike in the film, through adversity. Jonas Cuaron, my son, and I had written a script that we were prepping and then the financial crisis happened and the film fell apart..."
Although the Oscars and BAFTAs are still a few months away I'm putting it on the record now that I'd be happy for the respective academies to close the competition forthwith and just give all the main prizes to Gravity.
A few things will happen while watching Gravity. Your palms will become sweaty, then they may seek comfort at the sides of your face. You'll feel isolated, alone. Little wonder your breathing will become shallow. With your body empathising with the characters, this is clearly not the sort of film you can ignore.
Never has any work of art so comprehensively failed that test. The ransacking of historical imagery doesn't stop there, as