Moviemaking

  • MM Notebook

    Tim with six-month-old son, Brick As a maker of movies and magazines, I’ve often reflected on the similarities between the two endeavors....

  • The Best of Steve McQueen

    Bullitt Something always Ate at Steve McQueen. Jabbed at him, circled him, closed in. Some kind of penitent force hovered over his...

  • Art House

    The End of the Affair COLUMBIA The End of the Affair On Feb. 15 of this year producer Stephen Woolley, director Neil...

  • Lobster Power

    Derick and Steven Martini The international Press Corps voted for best first feature at the Toronto International Film Festival and awarded the...

  • Ask Mr. Hollywood: All You need to Know About Post-Production and Finishing Your Film

    There are three stages to filmmaking— Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production. Pre-production is easy. You’re in it now. Although the truth, more likely, is you’re probably in...

  • World-Class Fall Film Fests

    John Cusack in Being John Malkovich The Venice International Film Festival When I received my first prize in Venice 18 years ago,...

  • Toronto Gives Docs Their Due

    Humiliated HUMILIATED Directed by Jesper Jargil; Denmark When veteran filmmaker Jesper Jargil was invited by Lars von Trier to act as Assistant...

  • Spotlight on New England

    On the Amistad set in Rhode Island When one thinks of New England with regard to moviemaking, the first word that comes...

  • An Ageless Warrior Travels On

    It’s among the most recognizable issues/36/images in the history of film: George C. Scott as General George S. Patton, standing before an...

  • George C. Scott Travels On

    It’s among the most recognizable issues/36/images in the history of film: George C. Scott as General George S. Patton, standing before an...