Moviemaking

  • MM Notebook: Martin Scorsese and I

    Martin Scorsese and I have a lot in common. Both he and my mother were born about 60 years ago, about an...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Fun With the Film Critics Many thanks for the superlative insights offered in “Their Opinions Count”(Issue #47, Vol. 9) by Mark Griffin....

  • Foreign Genre Titles

    The sheer number of overseas films now available on DVD in the US is staggering, yet most DVD enthusiasts still identify those...

  • Austin, Telluride IndieFest

    Left: Robert Rodriguez, Barbara Morgan, Marsha Milam and Oliver Stone. Right: Austin attendees Robert Altman and Buck Henry. Austin Film Festival So...

  • The New Spanish Cinema

    The initial flowering of cinema in Spain at the beginning of the 20th century occurred in much the same way as in...

  • Richard Roe

    It’s the age-old quandary: “If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make...

  • Rockets Redglare

    Luis Fernandez de la Reguera, director of Rockets Redglare. In the late ’70s and early ’80s, Manhattan became the site of one...

  • On Location: New York City

    Kevin Lee; Lori Lazar; Manish Acharya; Daniel Cooperbey Chapter One: “He adored New York City. He idolized it all out of proportion.”...

  • Rebecca Miller

    Everybody’s playing Rebecca Miller’s game now. Read Rebecca Miller’s bio and you can’t help but think that this is one lucky girl....

  • A Directorial Career

    The Talent Managers Association, a self-regulating professional group with a goal of providing ethical standards for those whose job is devoted to...