Andrew Bloomenthal speaks with writer/director Sara Colangelo about her new film, The Kindergarten Teacher.
Tom Stempel analyzes Mission: Impossible-Fallout, The Spy Who Dumped Me, BlackkKlansman, Sorry to Bother You, Support the Girls, and Crazy Rich Asians.
In Understanding Screenwriting, Tom Stempel analyzes the movies and TV shows, Sicario: Day of the Soldado,Yellowstone, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Skyscraper, Killing Eve, Sharper Objects, The Bold Type, Dietland .
Christopher Schiller takes an in-depth look into the finally completed Orson Welles film, The Other Side of the Wind.
Dan Goforth spoke with producer Matt Baer about how Unbroken was always meant to be two separate films, how Matt chose the screenwriters, his views on the collaborative filmmaking process, and how important it was that this be a faith-based film.
Tom Stempel examines the blockbusters, Incredibles 2, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Year of the Spectacular Men, and Let the Sunshine In, to showcase the screenwriters' choices for their female characters.
Part memoir, part eclectic life navigation, part celebration of failure. Like Brothers is a tour of the Duplass brothers' sibling brain on films, screenwriting, and unique insights into our shared foibles.
Joy Cheriel Brown analyzes the heist movie, American Animals, the use of an ensemble cast, and the characters' feelings of irrelevance.
Paul Joseph Gulino explores the lost opportunities of set-up and pay-off in the film Hereditary.
Joy Cheriel Brown reviews On Chesil Beach, exploring the missed opportunities in structure and building tension.