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.
We screenwriters love to write these roles because through creating them, we exorcise our own demons. Staton Rabin explores writing movie villains and antagonists.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with distributor Keith Leopard about the types of films he sells through his distribution company, Uncork'd Entertainment.
Paula Landry dives into story basics, from structure to plot to audience satisfaction.
Just in time for the holidays, Better Watch Out, directed by Chris Peckover and starring an all Australian cast, is a black comedy/horror film about a babysitter who has to defend a 12-year-old from intruders only to discover it’s far from a normal home invasion.
Gabrielle A. Lodl shares valuable advice from the panelists at Austin Film Festival on actionable steps you can take to help change the film industry for the better.
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.
Ashley Scott Meyers talks with director Richard Friedman about the early days of his career and how he was able to raise money for his first feature film, all while still a film student. We also discussed his latest film, Christmas Crime Story, and how that project came together.
Brian Selznick discusses the excitement that ensued during the writing of Wonderstruck, his past experiences with working with the creative minds behind Wonderstruck and his previous success, Hugo.