Script caught up with Sophie Goodhart at SXSW festival where she discussed the conception of 'My Blind Brother,' how she scored a top notch comedy cast, and why shooting on water is so damn expensive.
Buzz about Mike Birbiglia's new film, 'Don't Think Twice,' was already floating through the New York screenwriting and comedy communities even before cameras started to role. Script caught up with Birbiglia at SXSW.
Andrew Bujalski spoke to Script at the InterContinental Hotel Stephen F. Austin in Austin, Tex. during the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival.
Script interviews the writers of 'Fort Tilden,' the hipster buddy comedy that won the SXSW Film Festival grand jury prize for narrative feature.
Obsessive love and the search for perfection are examined in the Australian filmmaker's feature debut. Script Magazine sits down with Hugh Sullivan, the writer of 'The Infinite Man.'
The 'Community' creator, Dan Harmon, gets personal in a revealing new documentary directed by Neil Berkeley.
One of Variety's "Screenwriters to Watch" in 2013, Dodge discusses his on-the-job education working at a studio, Jason Bateman's directorial prowess and hustling to get recognized.
In a couple of days, thousands of people, press, filmmakers, investors, industry executives will descend upon the beautiful mountain town, Park City, Utah for not one but two film festivals: Sundance Film Festival (January 16—26, 2014) and Slamdance Film Festival (January 17—23, 2014). It’s a small town and those first few days...
Like most directors shooting their first full-length feature, Adam Leon would have been happy just to have a finished film. To be able to look back and say, “I did that.” But that’s not what the film gods had in store for this writer-director from New York City. The last year...