Moviemaking

  • John Dahl

    In the 60’s, French film critics began seeing patterns in some of the (mostly low-budget) American dramas made post WWII. Seen as...

  • Tonya Harding Financed My Film

    I make my living off the misery, tragedy, and celebrity of other people’s lives. I work as a freelance cameraman for network...

  • Shaking It Up On The Internet

    You have vision, a story. You have mood, and a philosophy. How do you coerce these elements into a film? Tiffany Shlain,...

  • The Rage of Innocents

    This interview took place at the US premiere of BackBeat in Park City, Utah during the 1994 Sundance Film Festival . MM:...

  • BackBeat Cheat Sheet

    While everyone is familiar with the story of The Beatles’s meteoric rise from working class obscurity to international fame, and most people...

  • Regarding Henry

    Heny Jaglom, writer and director of such idiosyncratic films as Always, But Not Forever, Eating, Venice/Venice and the newly released BabyFever, has...

  • Is Seattle Asleep at the Reel?

    "I said I liked it, I didn’t say I wanted to kiss it.”—Gloria Grahame to Humphrey Bogart, In a Lonely Place Seattle...

  • And The Beat Goes On

    The movies been very good at capturing the spinit of rock and roll, and that’s one of the reasons that Backbeat is...

  • The Killer B’s Return

    Back in the days of the studio system, gangster films were moviemakers’ bread and butter. Although they seldom won awards, they were...

  • Letters

    Thanks for The Ink Dear Tim,    I love your magazine! Tom Allen did a beautiful job on covering me (Mar. ’94)and the...