Script contributor Sheila Kogan attended this year’s 49th Annual New York Film Festival in Manhattan. As awards season picks up steam, you’re sure to hear more about the stories and performances that struck a chord with Kogan, and you may find a gem or two that will otherwise get lost in the studio shuffle.
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On Saturday, March 5, IFP (Independent Filmmaker Project) presented a conference in New York City called “Script to Screen” – with the support of partners, the Writers Guild of America East, Festology and the Nantucket Film Festival. Although there is a lot of information and discussion on the Internet, events like this one are especially helpful for networking. If you’re lucky, you can connect with someone who can move your career in a positive direction.
The King’s Speech, written by David Seidler, is moving, informative, and easily engages a broad audience. But is it an accessible and emotionally satisfying journey?
Sheila Kogan recaps her experience and reviews a few of the films from this year’s New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center.
The 2010 Tribeca Film Festival has ended, but not exactly.
Michael Hoffman wrote and directed The Last Station based on the book of the same name by Jay Parini. As a director, Hoffman has created a faithful re-creation on screen.