Series

  • Indie Law: Make Your Feature’s Development Less Dicey With Loyal Legal Counsel and Financing Foresight

    Development is the time when your indie’s budget needs to be put to the test. It’s also the time when you may need to properly...

  • Book Review: Seduction: Sex, Lies, and Stardom in Howard Hughes’s Hollywood

    Karina Longworth is best known as the creator, producer, and host of popular Hollywood history podcast You Must Remember This, with past critical posts at...

  • The Man in Bergman: A New German Cinema Pioneer’s Search for the Heart and Soul of Ingmar Bergman’s Legacy

    In the early 1960s, I went to Paris and had no thoughts of cinema at all. The New German Wave was not yet born, but...

  • Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker: Michael Ironside

    In roles that span a career of over four decades, Michael Ironside has inhabited characters with fierce intelligence and empathy, exposing the darkest corners of...

  • go Book Review: Ad Nauseam is a Charming Trip Through Curated ’80s Horror Newsprint Ads

    Like your favorite fright flick marathon, Michael Gingold’s Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the 1980s is a nostalgic trip through ’80s horror. The frightful twist? The perspective...

  • Heavy Heart, Heavy Art: To Make a Genre Film With Feeling, Embrace Imperfection and Personal Pain and Work With People You Love, Says Mandy Writer-Director Panos Cosmatos

    Mandy wouldn’t exist without the influence of my parents. My dad, writer-director George P. Cosmatos (Massacre in Rome, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Cobra, Tombstone) showed me...

  • source link Book Review: Harmony Korine’s First Monograph Explores Multi-Disciplinary Practices Ahead of BLOCKBUSTER Exhibit

    Harmony Korine’s first monograph reads like a grand montage of a primed spirit. To date, he has created art of several mediums for renowned galleries,...

  • Book Review: Hitchcock’s Heroines

    Caroline Young is the Scottish author of several books on film and fashion, most recently Hitchcock’s Heroines, a big, beautiful survey of women’s style in...

  • here Book Review: Transcendental Style in Film

    In 1972, film student and aspiring critic Paul Schrader published his landmark study on spirituality in cinema, Transcendental Style in Film. Four years later, he...

  • Eye Piece: How Mandy DP Benjamin Loeb Custom-Lit a Quarry, Custom-Fit a Chemistry Lab Set, and Shot a Chainsaw Fight and an Actual Tiger

    I knew that jumping into the warped mind of director Panos Cosmatos to make Mandy was going to be an experience out of the ordinary....