Olivia Wilde is “Hollywood” in the best way possible: sparking its structural changes and banking on its freshest and funniest stories.
The Hawaii International Film Festival turned 37 in November, and along with its typically top-notch programming and famous hospitality, it also somehow seemed to become a little more Hawaiian this year.
Renaissance man Anthony Bourdain dishes out what he’s learned in the kitchen, in front of the camera and, most recently, as a moviemaker.
Lady luck smiled on Paul Kramer and Hus Miller’s feature You Can’t Say No virtually from the moment Hus finished the script.
With MovieMaker Production Services, we are now actively helping several producers stretch their budgets and get their movies made.
Timothy Rhys explores WeVideo, an affordable new cloud-based editing program, a company revolutionizing the way this generation will share its stories.
MovieMaker founder and publisher Timothy Rhys honors his personal friend and legendary screenwriting guru Syd Field, who passed away on Sunday.
This week our editor’s weekend pick is Concussion, which won a Teddy Award Jury Prize at the 2013 Berlin International Film Festival.
Tobias Lindholm is having a very good year, and his hot streak continues with tomorrow’s national release of The Hunt.
The documentary Bending Steel is an inspiring movie that explores the life of 43 year-old Chris Schoeck, who is training to become a professional strongman.
So much has been written about Haskell Wexler over the years that I’m going to keep this intro brief. Suffice it to say that Wexler is simply one of our greatest living cinematographers.
Katie Aselton won me over when we met for a drink near her Los Feliz home with her pure, unabashed, unaffected enthusiasm for indie moviemaking.
At some point in our moviemaking lives we’re all going to face the loss of something very dear to us. That grief can seem unbearable, I know.
Ben Stiller offers insight on his upcoming politically incorrect comedy, Tropic Thunder, and the influences for the film.
Oscar-winning director Delbert Mann died Sunday night at the age of 87, read MovieMaker’s tribute to the legendary moviemaker.
Ten years of research into a mysterious 1924 death led to Steven Peros screenplay, “The Cat’s Meow,” a work of speculative fiction.
Jerrol LeBaron founded InkTip (formerly The Writer’s Script Network) in 1999 after he wrote what he now refers to as “a crappy screenplay.”
Mark Cuban is the maverick owner of 2929 Entertainment, the Dallas Mavericks, along with Landmark Theaters, HDNet Films and chunks of Warner Bros. and Lionsgate.
Founded in 2001, the fourth annual Kansas International Film Festival will take place this September—but MM sat down with festival founder Ben Meade.
Director Guy Magar just completed the suspense thriller Children of the Corn: Revelation, based on Stephen King’s original story for […]
Robert Ferrett, has earned his reputation as one of the top “action editors” through his work with directors like Sylvester Stallone and Renny Harli.
With a quartet of new films, Cate Blanchett is not only the busiest actress working today but perhaps the most versatile.
My great aunt, who was quite comfortable financially, used to cut napkins in half at the dinner table. When I […]
I was in Montreal a couple of years ago and, as is the case with me and film festivals, I’d gone […]