Moviemaking

  • From Austin to Austria: Richard Linklater Pulls An All-Nighter On Before Sunrise

    Richard Linklater came to film relatively late in life. He didn’t start watching movies seriously until he was a teenager—he says the first...

  • Robert Benton’s Film Landscapes

    Sophistication saturates Robert Benton movies. From his first screenplay, the legendary Bonnie and Clyde (1967), which was co-written with David Newman, Benton...

  • MM Notebook

    Tom Allen and Tim Rice with Oliver Stone at Tulio Ristorante in Seattle “Maybe it’s because I’ve been that close to genius...

  • John Cassavetes

    John Cassavetes once said, “This picture, this picture—I don’t give a fuck what anybody says.   If you don’t have time to see it,...

  • ARRI I6S

    At one time or another in the course of a moviemaker’s career he or she will no doubt stumble on, sit on...

  • D/VISION PRO

    Jack Watson’s Touch Vision Systems DIVISION PRO in repose. The program is organized ithe way a film editor thinks. You can do...

  • From Stage to Screen, Made Easy

    Veteran director Daniele Suissa on film acting: “It’s done at the level of the eyes.” Actors who have only trained fox the...

  • Ron Shelton

    Ty Cobb (Tommy Lee Jones) browbeats sportswriter Al Stump (Robert Wuhl) in Cobb. There’s one thing you won’t do after you see...

  • Milcho Manchevski

    Manchevski reaches out to American audiences The Jerky Boys were in the same Seattle hotel doing publicity for their “film”. The Jerky...

  • Rena Owen

    Owen: Hollywood’s not the end of the world. Rena Owen claims she’s not surprised by the box office success of Once Were...