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.
Joseph Cedar and Richard Gere discuss collaboration on 'Norman,' character backstories, sexual ambiguity, and the amazing healing powers of pickled herring.
Danny Manus spoke with John Hamburg, NY native and writer of Meet the Parents and Zoolander and their respective sequels, and writer/director of Along Came Polly and I Love You, Man, about his process and his most recent hit, Why Him?, starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston.
Natlia Megas interviews screenwriter and director Lukas Hassel, who discusses writing and film festival advice, as well as insights on what writers do wrong.
Writer/Director Heather Taylor explains the three versions of a film: the one you write, the one you direct and the one you edit. Rewriting is inevitable.
Writer-director Cameron Chapman explains how writing a screenplay to direct yourself requires an extra set of considerations compared to a spec script to sell to a producer.
Great casting makes great directing. Hester Schell shares tips from a master class with Catherine Hardwicke. Inspiring the entire team is on the shoulders of the director.
Shawn Tolleson challenges you to get past the frustration of pursuing entertainment careers by taking a closer look at what you can control.
Dan Goforth talks with Pixar's screenwriter/director Steve Purcell about writing and directing in making the move from features to short films.