How Marc Maron and Lynn Shelton gained each other’s trust before their collaboraton on Sword of Trust, which is now streaming
700-plus hours were filmed, 254 Texas counties were visited, and an ungodly amount of Whataburger was consumed as David Modigliani made Running With Beto.
As Lynn Shelton and Jay Duplass return to their roots with Outside In, we spoke with them about how their other recent ventures impacted their work on the film, what they’ve learned from the production, working with the great Edie Falco, and more.
Dealt director Luke Korem talks earning your doc subject’s trust, being a DP on your own films, using test screenings to your advantage and more.
Mr. Roosevelt is a warm, touching, and hilarious indie that was shot in Austin, Texas on Kodak film, so seeing […]
Mark Webber speaks about blurring the lines between fact and fiction on film with Flesh and Blood.
I had a feeling I’d like Brigsby Bear. I’ve been a fan of director Dave McCary and writer/actor Kyle Mooney since their days in Good Neighbor.
After a four-year absence and a surprise departure from Ant-Man, Edgar Wright returns to the silver screen with hit Baby Driver.
Michael Showalter, the Wet Hot American Summer star-turned-indie writer-director, first stepped into directing with his 2005 film The Baxter.
Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon’s laugh-out-loud funny, tender-as-a-new-bruise feature, The Big Sick, is a real crowd-pleaser.
Whether you’re making low-budget indies or larger-than-life blockbusters, want to write or direct—there’s a podcast here for you.
Now best known as the mind behind Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (and its highly anticipated sequel, Vol. 2, out […]
Writer-director Emily Hagins discusses her teen comedy, Coin Heist, which finds itself at the intersection of cinema and internet stardom.
Almost four years ago the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary shook both the nation and the small town of Newtown, Connecticut.
Uncle Kent 2, which made its debut at South by Southwest 2015, falls into a very different genre than the first… but it isn’t an easy one to pin down.
Just Shoot It is a weekly podcast that dives deep into the ins and outs of what it means to be a successful working filmmaker.
“Yes, and” is a rule filmmakers swear by, including Mike Birbiglia, who stars in his latest feature Don’t Think Twice amongst an all-star cast.
In Miles Ahead Don Cheadle not only plays Miles Davis, he also co-wrote the script and stepped into the director’s chair.
The film tells the story of a day in the life of Krisha, (Shults’ own aunt, Krisha Fairchild) who has been estranged from her family for years. She arrives at her sister’s house for Thanksgiving.
Fresh off his directing debut, Searching for Sonny (2011), director Andrew Disney makes Balls Out, a flag football comedy from a group of Texas moviemakers.
Brett Morgen’s intro at South By Southwest for his new film, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, was one of the shortest I’ve ever witnessed.
Director Luke Meyer’s rock-n-roll documentary, Breaking a Monster, sees Jarad Dawkins, Alec Atkins, and Malcolm Brickhouse, as their careers skyrocket
At the Cucalorus Film Festival in Wilmington, North Carolina, I saw my favorite music video of 2014: “Call Me” by the immensely soulful St.Paul & the Broken Bones.
South by Southwest commences this week, running from March 13 to 22, 2015. Are you going to be there? While it can all seem daunting during your first visit, here’s a few tips to help you get the most out of the fest.