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Tomorrow Comic-Con will open its gates to cosplayers, artists, sci-fi enthusiasts – and filmmakers too. If you’re trying to find the best place to screen your short, comic book and gaming conventions might be the way to go. Here’s the more-or-less standardized path for moviemakers: You raise funds and rally your friends to make a […]

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Food is a rich cultural signifier and storytelling device, both ripe for fetishization and so familiar that we often overlook its cinematic affect. In Feast for the Eyes, we seek to chart the gastronomic iconography of the screen, move forward from simple fantasies of edibility, and ponder instead the depths of narrative, character and theme […]

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Director Wade Gasque’s first feature, Tiger Orange, premieres at Los Angeles’ Outfest on July 18. The film centers around two gay brothers forced to reconnect after their father’s death. We asked Gasque to write about casting and working with his actor Frankie Valenti, famous for his adult film alter-ego Johnny Hazzard, and the challenges of […]

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How did the documentary The Battered Bastards of Baseball, about indie baseball team the Portland Mavericks, come into being? Director Maclain Way, with a little help from his brother and co-director, Chapman, explains. About four years ago, our team decided we were going to make a documentary on a baseball team called the Portland Mavericks. […]

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Food is a rich cultural signifier and storytelling device, both ripe for fetishization and so familiar that we often overlook its cinematic affect. In Feast for the Eyes, we seek to chart the gastronomic iconography of the screen, move forward from simple fantasies of edibility, and ponder instead the depths of narrative, character and theme […]

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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, […]

New Filmmakers LA is back with even more moviemaking wisdom, featuring interviews with directors Edward Shieh, Sam Barnett, Evan Matthews, Marko Grujic and Michelle Yu. NewFilmmakers LA (NFMLA) is a non-profit organization designed to showcase the innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment professionals and film goers with a constant surge […]

New Filmmakers LA is back with loads of moviemaking wisdom, featuring interviews with directors J.D. Ramage, Adam Rosenbaum and writer Matt Godfrey, Ross Kolton and lead actor Ryan Mazzei, Bettina Bilger and Chris Valenziano. NewFilmmakers LA (NFMLA) is a non-profit organization designed to showcase the innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the Los Angeles community of entertainment […]