Moviemaking

  • The Future of Movies on the Internet

    Someday We’ll All Watch Movies This Way…” So reads the tagline of MovieFlix (www.MovieFlix.com), an emerging Website that streams movies from D.W....

  • Directing for TV

    In between the features High Art and Laurel Canyon, director Lisa Cholodenko has kept busy directing episodes of Homicide and Six Feet...

  • Digital Cameras: Top DPs Speak

    HD specialist Kevin O’Connor likes the Sony HDW-F900 When it’s planning time for a new motion picture, moviemakers are always faced with...

  • Why Independent Film is Alive and Well

    Syvan Peros Baxter Bachar Ballerini Zahedi Maysles Daniels Urman James Apted Rockwell Leber Gorman Bales Avary Abramson Pierce Boyd Not long ago...

  • In Memoriam 2002

    Dirty Harry (1971); High Noon (1952); Rosemary’s Baby (1968); Ninotchka (1939); and Alice in Wonderland are all indebted to the unsung heroes...

  • Three Reasons Independent Film Will Survive

    Sherman Alexie Independent film will survive and thrive because moviemakers can buy good video cameras, quality sound equipment and effective editing systems...

  • MM Notebook

    As we go to press with this ninth anniversary edition of MovieMaker, the publisher in me is tempted to take the magazine’s...

  • Letters

    A Rare Director Martin Scorsese will forever be the lonely, mawkish boy nestled between the sidewalk and the sea, there dreaming and...

  • The Best & Worst of 2002

    There weren’t any parades or celebrations—except maybe in the hearts of retailers—but last year marked the silver anniversary of the home video...

  • Denver, Woodstock

    Denver International Film Festival The true test of any film festival is the testimony of its attendees—the moviemakers and their audiences. From...