A Hidden Life stars August Diehl and Valerie Pachner say director Terrence Malick kept the camera rolling at almost all times—including when they slept.
Director Quentin Tarantino says his story structure in Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood owes a debt to director Richard Rush’s The Stuntman.
In Fabric director Peter Strickland and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers say Eraserhead, the first film by David Lynch, changed their filmmaking lives.
Should your script be rooted in research or creative license? In Fabric director Peter Strickland and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers debate.
Alex Gibney says working with Martin Scorsese on the PBS documentary The Blues changed his career and his entire moviemaking life.
Citizen K director Alex Gibney shares how the 2016 election forced him to investigate Russia’s role in the world and his secrets to on-camera interviews.
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Edward Norton says that Wes Anderson is the exception to the rule that most moviemakers work with their composers too late in the production process.
Edward Norton, writer-director/producer/star of Motherless Brooklyn, didn’t remember writing the script until finding it in a drawer years later.
Elevated programming makes jury duty fun at this mountain-bound fest’s fifth annual edition.
Once upon a time in Hollywood, stars would fade. But with his ninth film, an epic tale of changing times, Quentin Tarantino’s creative star shines bright.
Now the largest and longest genre festival in Latin America, Fantaspoa International Fantastic Film Festival expanded its operations in 2018 with the launch of a new market and distribution wing, while upholding its reputation for homegrown hijinks.
For all of the inevitable comparisons to the bigger “dance” it invites, Slamdance Film Festival 2018 was only interested in being itself.
While a chilly drizzle washed away late winter with early spring in downtown San Jose, a record-breaking attendance of 105,000-plus poured down on the 28th annual run of the NorCal city’s renowned Cinequest Film & VR Festival.
MovieMaker spoke with Revenge writer-director Coralie Fargeat about she managed the creative and logistical challenges of her first feature, shooting in the Moroccan desert, writing with her editing choices already in mind, earning the trust of investors early in her career, and more.
In the heart of Provo, Utah, FilmQuest 2017 took risks on films and filmmakers you’d least expect to thrive in an environment like this, and they paid off.
Like ships coming in to dock at the city’s urban port, burgeoning moviemakers arrived at Tacoma Film Festival’s 12th annual edition to import their diverse cinematic offerings.
“Any good scary scene is not intellectual. It’s from the gut,” said keynote guest Jordan Peele in an eye-opening talk at the 2017 Film Independent Forum.
Co-founder and executive director Josh Leake gave us a taste of what’s to come at Portland Film Festival 2017, which runs from October 30-November 5, 2017.
Kelly Loudenberg, creator/director of Netflix’s true crime series The Confession Tapes, explains her lens and location choices in this video commentary.
Watch Aml Ameen duck and dodge his way past investigators of his shady Wall Street workplace in this exclusive clip from Anthony Onah’s The Price.
Yes, you can make a fantastical production on a real-boy budget. That’s the conceit of director Alex Thompson’s music video for […]
If thou stare long into John Malkovich, John Malkovich will also gaze into thee. And when he reads you a “requiem for humanity,” you should probably listen.
Documentary pioneer Errol Morris discusses The B-Side, explains why non-fiction moviemaking must be an investigative process, and more.