Influenced by the origins of conspiraces like QAnon, In the Earth director Ben Wheatley explores ideas of myth-making in his pandemic-set horror tale.
The visual language of Knocking is always rooted in its lead’s point of view. As she becomes more unhinged, the camera angles become more extreme.
At the 14th Atlanta Horror Film Festival, “Kung Pao Corpse,” takes an inherently frightening concept and twists it into something socially relevant.
“Comedy is rhythmic,” says Plus One’s Maya Erskine. “I compare it to jazz.” In that case, she’s a real Ella Fitzgerald, both irreverent and down to earth.
Riley Stearns’ well-executed satire The Art of Self-Defense constructs a world in which humorous moments pivot to blunt expressions of violence on a dime.
Career gaffer and lighting designer Alan Steinheimer explains how lighting has changed in Shaping Light for Video in the Age of LEDs.
Writer-director Vladimir de Fontenay paints a beautifully uncomfortable picture in this exclusive clip from his slice-of-wandering life Mobile Homes.
Michael Gingold’s Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the 1980s is a nostalgic trip showcasing the provocative nature of genre marketing.
As Beyond Fest heads into the final nights of its 2018 run, co-founders Grant Moninger and Christian Parkes spoke with us about their sixth annual celebration of genre film.
Writer-director Anne Émond on her adaptation process, throwing away the first draft, and editing Nelly Arcan’s four characters into one cohesive narrative.
Our Crowdfunder pick this week is “The Guiding Light,” a colorful celebration of life and examination of legacy influenced by Videodrome, Neon Demon, and La La Land.
Venezuelan filmmaker Sebastian Gutierrez (Snakes on a Plane, Elektra Luxx) spoke with us on tackling the messiness of marriage in his colorful genre mashup Elizabeth Harvest.
Actor, director and writer Ari Gold (Adventures of Power) debuts his sophomore directorial feature outing with The Song of Sway Lake.
Writer/producer Stephen Susco (The Grudge, Texas Chainsaw 3D) makes his directorial debut with Unfriended: Dark Web, and spoke with us about writing different horror sub-genres, exploring real-time cyber horror, directing actors for Facetime, and more.
An all-encompassing media art showcase, New Media Film Festival (NMFF) continues to carve its own niche as it celebrates its ninth year June 16-17, 2018.
HorrorHound Weekend Director Jason Hignite delves into the history of the HorrorHound Film Festival and offers an in depth take on how independent filmmakers can get the most out of this celebrated genre convention.
What could have easily been a dry history of the making of 2001: A Space Odyssey is instead an anecdotal rear window into the beautiful minds behind a beautiful film. Space Odyssey spans an expansive timeline of events…
MovieMaker met up with Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson at their apartment, where they dished on everything from conceptualizing the script of their gripping sci-fi indie The Endless, to the practicality of its filming, and more.
After an impressive and well-reviewed festival run, Leena Pendharkar’s 20 Weeks is poised to make a splash with its theatrical release. Check out this MovieMaker-exclusive clip featuring co-stars Anna Margaret Hollyman and Amir Arison.
Hot off a win from AT&T’s inaugural Untold Stories competition, moviemaker Faraday Okoro wasted no time establishing himself on set. In this MovieMaker-exclusive clip, the cast and crew of his debut feature, Nigerian Prince, discuss his craftsmanship and composure behind the scenes.
Jason Jame’s new film Entanglement explores the potential tangents of life that never were. Check out this exclusive clip featuring Thomas Middleditch, Jess Weixler and trippy underwater visuals.
MovieMaker presents an exclusive trailer for Cinema Libre’s new biopic depicting the genius of psychoanalyst Lou Andreas-Salome.
In this exclusive clip for MovieMaker, British Special Service Agents Dominic Cooper and Tom Felton gear up with Connie Nielsen for a climactic fight against an international terrorist cell in Stratton.