Moviemaking

  • How to Think Like an Investor

    Most filmmakers begin their careers by persuading one or more private investors to back them. Indeed, unless you are a Kevin Costner...

  • Bruce Beresford: Double Threat

    Bruce Beresford was at the forefront of the Australian film industry’s “new wave” of the 1970s. After the international acclaim that greeted...

  • Atom Egoyan’s Journeys

    Egoyan directing Bob Hoskins in Felicia’s Journey Nothing about Atom Egoyan is predictable. The now 39-year old director has made a series...

  • Post Perfect: In 10 Easy Steps

    Often moviemakers see postproduction as a scary, expensive, confusing and stressful process. It is my claim that postproduction stands wrongly accused. In fact, some of...

  • Andrew Goth and The War of Art

    Autumn has come to Beverly Hills, and the bar at the Four Seasons Hotel glows with warm afternoon light, autumnal colors and...

  • DIY Digital Editing

    Editor Steve Bruskin, right, with Executive Producer Neal Mortiz in the editing room of UPN’s "Shasta McNasty." Steve is editing the show...

  • 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...