Screenwriter Tony Gilroy shares the best and worst parts of being a writer-director, how stupid he felt calling “Action” for the first time, and more.
Manchester by the Sea earned Kenneth Lonergan an Oscar in 2016, and he’s cashed in by spreading his influence back to the stage and television.
Dig into 27 of the freshest and funniest insights into the craft of screenwriting from the heavyweight guests at the annual Austin Film Festival Writers Conference.
Dan Gilroy’s Roman J. Israel, Esq. stars Denzel Washington as a civil rights attorney toiling in the back office of a criminal defense firm until now.
Half the business of being a writer isn’t just sitting down by yourself. It’s also going in a room and pitching a movie—having a conversation.
In Robin Swicord’s Wakefield, Bryan Cranston escapes his seemingly idyllic life, choosing instead to observe his family secretly from their garage attic.
When you work so closely with someone on something so subjective, how do you avoid tearing your partner’s hair out when conflicts arise?