Animation Is Film set out to prove something. (It’s in the name, after all.) The two-day fest featured classical anime, experimental visuals and much more.
This weekend sees the first iteration of the animation festival Animation Is Film, so we interviewed Eric Beckman on his vision for the future of the form.
SDIFF bills itself as a premiere event, and it delivers: besides a red carpet graced by the likes of Kumail Nanjiani, it also boasts top-notch programming.
Amanda Lipitz had been making shorts about first-generation college students and girls’ education when the opportunity for Step fell into her lap.
You probably don’t have the $120 million budget of a Bourne film. So what does Nevada have to offer productions decidedly more indie in scope and scale?
If you’re thinking of studying film abroad, you’re probably very excited… and a little nervous. We got three pieces of advice for you.
Writer-director Jeff Baena looked to 14th-century Italy for inspiration for his film The Little Hours, based on The Decameron.
Having come from an acting background, dialect coach Erik Singer understands the integral role accent and speech play in the credibility of a character.
Richard Paradise, executive director of the Martha’s Vineyard Film Society, is no greenhorn when it comes to the film festival business.