The Scoop is an online talk show that pairs entertainment professionals and artisanal ice cream and springboards from there. Cheryl Laughlin takes you behind-the-scenes.
Getting feedback in Hollywood can sometimes be discouraging. This week, Manny Fonseca shares some of the recent feedback he's gotten on his scripts.
Screenwriter Adam Gaines shares the challenges of crafting the microbudget thriller, NEGATIVE, in a way the audience won't miss the lack of special effects and rocket launchers.
Susan Kouguell interviews Ramona Diaz, filmmaker of Motherland, a poignant documentary in the heart of the planet’s busiest maternity hospital in one of the world’s poorest and most populous countries: the Philippines.
Yvonne Grace talks about the craft of script editing and how you can apply key script editing approaches to improving your own, and other's scripts.
Oscar-winning writer and director Jane Campion spoke with Dennis Lim at the opening night of her retrospective titled Jane Campion's Own Stories, about Top of the Lake, The Piano, and being a female filmmaker.
A new director attaching to your project usually means rewrites. This week, Manny Fonseca updates you on the status of his current script, Whittier.
Dan Goforth talks with Writer-Director-Producer Michael Williams on how he got THE ATONING, his followup to OZLAND, into Redbox distribution.
Back in March, Script magazine conducted an interview with Hollywood-Danish actor Lukas Hassel about directing, writing, and acting in his own films. Natalia Megas caught up with Lukas to get the ins and outs of winning and receiving a production deal and grant from HollyShorts Film Festival.
Years ago, the only way you could get a film made was to spend near-obscene amounts of money. Marty Lang discusses the new revolution of smartphone filmmaking.