Road Warrior: Jason Momoa's Journey to Paloma
Road Warrior: Jason Momoa's Journey to Paloma
My America: Attitudes and Ideas of a Nation by Hal Hartley
My America: Attitudes and Ideas of a Nation by Hal Hartley
The Making of a Boy: Richard Linklater on his 12-Year Labor of Love, Boyhood
The Making of a Boy: Richard Linklater on his 12-Year Labor of Love, Boyhood
MovieMaker‘s Summer 2014 Issue Hits Stands Today!
MovieMaker‘s Summer 2014 Issue Hits Stands Today!
Big Joy: James Broughton Doc Co-Director Reflects On the Beat Filmmaker

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Big Joy: James Broughton Doc Co-Director Reflects On the Beat Filmmaker
Feast for the Eyes: Strudel in Inglourious Basterds
Feast for the Eyes: Strudel in Inglourious Basterds
Trailblazer Tuesday Crowdfunder of the Week: Ambulante California Turns Cities into Screen
Trailblazer Tuesday Crowdfunder of the Week: Ambulante California Turns Cities into Screen
Interview with Composer Marco Beltrami: on Scoring for Genre and Collaboration in Snowpiercer
Interview with Composer Marco Beltrami: on Scoring for Genre and Collaboration in Snowpiercer
IHow They Did It: The Visual Effects of Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo
IHow They Did It: The Visual Effects of Michel Gondry’s Mood Indigo
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Happy Bastille Day! Directed by the colorful, hyper-kinetic, and very French Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Mood Indigo tells the story of two lovers against the backdrop of Gondry’s typically fantastical Paris. Visual effects supervisor Romain Strabol explains how the team crafted two key elements of Mood Indigo‘s surreal mise-en-scène: a mouse-house […]

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Towering over six feet four inches tall, Hawaiian born actor-director Jason Momoa’s powerful presence on screen is unmistakable. In the HBO series Game of Thrones, he is Khal Drogo, the fearsome Dothraki warlord who weds exiled princess Daenerys Targaryen. In Stargate Atlantis, he transforms into dreadlocked military specialist Ronon Dex. He goes mano y mano, […]

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This week, on the heels of Independence Day, director Hal Hartley (No Such Thing) discusses his latest feature film, My America, which knits together the emotions and people that define the United States. Commissioned by Center Stage, the state theater of Maryland, the film consists of a series of spirited monologues written and performed by […]

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The Long Island International Film Expo had the honor of being deemed one of the coolest film festivals in the world by our readers last year. What sets LIIFE apart from the myriad of other film festivals (aside from its really cool name) is its community, says director Debra Markowitz. Now in its 17th year, […]

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Independent filmmaker Patricia Chica has been covering the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for us. You can read part one of Patricia Chica’s personal Cannes diary right here, part two here, part three here, part four here, part five here, and part six here. This is her last blog post from the festival! Patricia recaps her experience and shares insight into […]

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Independent filmmaker Patricia Chica is covering the 2014 Cannes Film Festival for us. You can read part one of Patricia Chica’s personal Cannes diary right here, part two here, part three here, part four here, and part five here. Today, on day six, Patricia Chica speaks to distributor Roman Güttinger of Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, currently representing the film […]

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Filmmaker and editor Dean Pollack’s work has appeared everywhere from Bravo and Hulu to Adult Swim. He just completed his second directorial effort, the feature film Audrey, which traces a single hour in a woman’s day. He discusses the advantages and disadvantages encountered shooting a film set in real time on a single location. Not […]

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Even low-budget indie films funded on Kickstarter will have a shot at theatrical distribution. Demand-based theatrical screening organizer, Gathr, is specifically targeting crowd-funded films via a new acquisitions fund. By advancing $20,000 to up to 25 completed crowd-funded films (with a minimum of 1,000 backers) each year, in return for theatrical distribution rights, Gathr is […]

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This Wisdom Wednesday, producer Randy Bobbitt (It’s Gawd) shares invaluable lessons he’s learned about the SAG signatory process. Engaging SAG can be a tricky process, but here, Bobbitt provides the necessary nuts and bolts. “I don’t know the name of the document! There are too many documents! I can’t deal with this anymore. I have […]

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