With the pursuit of a career in film, it's always important to evaluate when it might be time to throw in the towel. Or can you? Christopher Schiller examines the when and how to call it quits... or if you even should.
Writer/Director Chris von Hoffmann talks about the writing Monster Party and how he was able to get the film funded and produced. The film is currently available on VOD and DVD.
Sabina Giado interviews Lena Khan, director of The Tiger Hunter on Netflix. Disney recently announced she will also direct a well-loved adaptation called Flora and Ulysses.
Dan Goforth shares the journey from script to Neflix of the story of professional barrel racer and inspirational speaker Amberley Snyder is brought to the screen in Walk. Ride. Rodeo.
Stephen Follows discusses his new report, Judging Screenplays By Their Coverage, which reveals their findings from analyzing over 12K screenplays and the coverage those screenplays received.
In discussing what makes an Oscar-worthy movie, Ray Morton suggests screenwriters stop thinking in narrow terms of art house versus box-office success.
Adapting a book to film requires making hard choices. Joy Cheriel Brown analyzes the adaptation choices in the film Every Day.
Filmmaker and film critic Michael Sargent sits down with Phil Johnston, Rich Moore, and Josie Trinidad to discuss their collaboration process in making Ralph Breaks the internet, now available in DVD and Blu-ray.
Using the movie Downsizing as an example... of what not to do... William C. Martell discusses the importance of a protagonist having clear objectives.