Director’s Week: Darren Aronofsky

Another month brings another Director’s Week here at The Film Queue.

One week out of every month will be dedicated to a single director. All of our usual segments will be connected in some way to that director.

Darren Aronofsky is a director whose controversial work has tackled themes like searching for perfection, and happiness. Within his career, he has made films that have been both bleak and inspiring, but his vision has always been constant. This week we will take a look at the incredible work he’s accomplished since he began.

This post will work as a master post, so as the week continues, we will update this page with all our dedicated articles.

Happy reading!

Discussion

First FilmPi
Score of the Week: Requiem for a Dream
The Fountain
Film Finale: The Wrestler
Black Swan 
and Striving for Perfection
Final Film: Noah

Previous Director’s Weeks:

Stanley Kubrick

Sam Raimi

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