Daniel Eagan

Daniel Eagan is a film writer and archivist based in New York City. His work has appeared in Film Comment, Filmmaker Magazine, The Atlantic, Smithsonian Magazine and more. He is currently working on a biography of Sylvia Chang.

All Articles From Daniel Eagan

Director Martin Campbell Explains How He Made an Action Movie About Alzheimer’s

"Memory" features Liam Neeson as a hitman in the early stages of the disease

Behind the Scenes of “Pachinko,” Apple’s Buzzy New Drama

We spoke to the cast and crew of the new Korean series

A Viewing Guide to the Films of Michelle Yeoh, An Icon of Asian Cinema

"Everything Everywhere All at Once" offers the actress her best showcase in years

How Joel Coen and Bruno Delbonnel Breathed New Life Into "Macbeth"

The director and his cinematographer relied on simplicity and classic techniques to realize a radical version of one of Shakespeare's most famous texts

Meet Don Lee of the “Eternals,” South Korea's Greatest Action Hero

You may not recognize the actor who plays Gilgamesh in the latest Marvel film, but he’s been wowing South Korean audiences for years

How a Long-Lost Lou Reed and John Cale Documentary Was Finally Resurrected

Recorded in Brooklyn in 1989, "Songs for Drella" was the pair's first performance together since The Velvet Underground disbanded 17 years earlier

A Guide to the Films of Tony Leung, Hong Kong's Greatest Living Actor

Leung will make his Hollywood debut in "Shang-Chi," but he's been wowing international audiences for decades

How Do You Spend a $200M Movie Budget? We Asked F9 Director Justin Lin.

Special FX can achieve a lot. But sometimes, you need to get out there and destroy some cars.

At a Summer Camp for Aspiring Politicians, The Great American Experiment Comes Undone

“Boys State” is the most important documentary you’ll watch this election year

The True Story of Johnny Cash’s Largely Forgotten First Marriage

“My Darling Vivian” uncovers the chapter of Cash’s life that “Walk the Line” left out

Meet the Vigilante, For-Profit Ambulances of Mexico City

In "Midnight Children," director Luke Lorentzen goes for the ride of his life

How "The Irishman" Made De Niro and Pacino Look 40 Years Younger

The film's "de-aging" process made for one of the most challenging shoots of cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto's career