A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood screenwriters Micah Fitzerman-Blue and Noah Harpster share Fred Rogers insights and how they wrote a Mr. Rogers story
Actor Matthew Rhys says he didn’t know about Mr. Rogers before his role in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, but has learned to love his pauses.
Chicuarotes, the second film Gael Garcia Bernal has directed, isn’t looking for pat answers about how to save teens from a cycle of poverty
While accepting an award from the Alliance of Women Film Journalists at the Whistler Film Festival in 2013, DIY indie filmmaking queen Ingrid Veninger…
The 2017 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) cut its film count by 20 percent, but still provided plenty of star power and award season buzz.
MovieMaker spoke to Melissa Leo, one of 2013’s hardest-working actresses (she turned in performances in six of the year’s releases, including Oblivion and Prisoners), earlier this month at the blustery Whistler Film Festival.
Blood, gore, monsters (and more blood). It is Halloween season so pick your poison and get settled in, because MovieMaker is here to teach you all about the effects that heighten the scare factor in some of this season’s most cringe-worthy, scream-inducing and blood-curdling movies (Carrie anyone?). This article appears in MovieMaker’s 2014 Guide to Making Movies, on sale now.