An eclectic mix and diversity of quality will vary at any particular film festival. Christopher Schiller presents a collection of three mini reviews of films that played alongside each other at the Telluride Film Festival this year.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller attempts to explain just who Hollywood agents are in general and what they can do (and can't do) for your screenwriting career.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller discusses the complexities of seeing, recognizing and dealing with what he calls the “soft no.”
Christopher Schiller gives details of how to properly get that payment out of the ones who owe us money and what to do when they give us resistance.
This first of a two-part series of columns focus is all about the details of getting paid, what to expect and when, how to specify your needs and realize the requirements for meeting them and how to recognize when what you are due isn't forthcoming.
Christopher Schiller writes his final installment on Hollywood and LGBTQ issues. How has it changed and how can we make it better?
Christopher Schiller gives the capital definitions of LGBTQ to demonstrate how complex the issues really are, and explores the societal and legal issues involved in creating characters.
Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller discusses LGBTQ issues in life and in the film industry.
Christopher Schiller discusses the legal and business-oriented aspects of crowdfunding fulfillment.
Christopher Schiller explores how the location of a scene, the community it's placed within, the backdrop the action plays in front of and through, all contribute to the audience's experience.