Brad Johnson reviews Ron Howard's latest film, 'In The Heart of the Sea.'
Script Magazine's Brad Johnson reviews the new boxing movie, Creed.
Christopher Schiller talks with Grímur Hákonarson, an Icelandic writer/director whose film 'Rams' is getting well deserved festival recognition at Telluride Film Festival.
Script Magazine chats with screenwriter Tim Talbott about 'Stanford Prison Experiment,' his extensive research, rewrite strategies and navigating a beast of a project that took decades to get made.
Where’s the Gen-X Big Chill? Far from a full-out attempt at demographic summary, but putting in its two cents, is a new seriocomedy entitled The D Train...
Bob Verini interviews John McNaughton, the director of "The Harvest," discussing the script's development and bringing thrills to the screen through complex characters.
Ray Morton explores the notion that Birdman presents most emphatically: that there are good types of movies and bad types of movies.
Kevin Delin explores if Ava DuVernay, director of Selma, missed an opportunity to educate through art and lost an Oscar nomination in the process.
'Love is Strange' by director Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias touches on questions that have always been important to older Americans.
Paul Joseph Gulino examines 'Interstellar' to show how too much story and too little setup can leave the audience on the outside looking in.