Christopher Schiller wraps up his film reviews from Telluride Film Festival with a look at The Report, Parasite, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Two Popes, and Marriage Story.
Christopher Schiller continues his film reviews at Telluride Film Festival with Sony's The Climb, which started out as a short film at Sundance in 2018.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller explores the evolution of film festivals, what purposes they originally and currently served as well as who are best able to take advantage of them in today’s evolving world.
Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller analyzes what the current and future Hollywood trends to discover the "new normal" in Hollywood.
Entertainment attorney Christopher Schiller sheds light on the current dispute between the Writers Guild of America and the Association of Talent Agents to help writers understand the Code of Conduct and its impact on writing careers.
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.
One of the first decisions a writer makes it choosing what medium to tell your story. Christopher Schiller highlights the dangers that could lurking in your choice of medium.
Is your story idea safe? Christopher Schiller explores three very different films created from a shared idea to calm writers fears about the potential theft of an idea.
Christopher Schiller takes an in-depth look into the finally completed Orson Welles film, The Other Side of the Wind.
Film profits are complex to determine and require attention to the details most specific to your use. Will you be able to find a definition that works for you? As with all the topics Entertainment Attorney Christopher Schiller covers in his column, it depends.