Film collectives are popping up around the country. Marty Lang shares information about a new collective dedicated to filmmaking in the Nutmeg State that gives state residents a place to go to help make their projects happen, a place they call the Nutmeg Institute.
Rebecca Norris interviews Ian Brown, creator of The Bruvs - an animated web series for adults only that's a little rude, crude, and definitely hilarious.
Writer/Director Aaron Sorkin spoke with Script magazine about bringing the unusual story of Molly's Game to the screen in his directorial debut.
Susan Kouguell speaks with Tatiana S. Riegel, the editor of I, Tonya, about the challenges of balancing the film’s complex moving parts, setting a pace for the ambitious story while giving both the drama and the humor room to shine.
Screenwriter Peter Iliff (Patriot Games, Point Break) wanted more from his career. So, using the resources he could find and the connections he’d made, Iliff took the leap to writer-director with his film Rites of Passage … and he couldn’t be happier.
Collaborating with friends has always been a tightrope act. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman gives tips to help you not lose the friendship over the course of a project.
Paula Landry dives into story basics, from structure to plot to audience satisfaction.
The House of Tomorrow delivers an insider’s look at geodesic domes, intermingled with punk rock and a unique coming of age story. Funky science, beloved music, and the awkward nuances of growing up – yes, please.
When a Harvard PhD student is suddenly stricken with a complicated illness, she turns to filmmaking to find answers. Jennifer Brea and Lindsey Dryden discuss the making of the award-winning Unrest documentary.
Marty Lang shares examples of the possibilities writers and filmmakers can create for themselves by making short films.