Articles – Features

  • Silent Movies Are Still Creating an Echo

    October 2007 marked the 80th anniversary of Alan Crosland’s The Jazz Singer—and the beginning of the end of the silent era. Though...

  • Julie Delpy Two Days in Paris

    Comparisons between 2 Days in Paris, Julie Delpy’s feature film debut as writer-director, and her work on Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise and...

  • The Future of Moviemaking

    John Cassavetes and Orson Welles were both individuals who tried to function within the system and learned that they couldn’t. It wasn’t...

  • The Future of Moviemaking

    John Cassavetes and Orson Welles were both individuals who tried to function within the system and learned that they couldn’t. It wasn’t...

  • Big Little Indies

    Big Little Indies Today’s new wave of “indie studios” are changing the rules of the game by Jerry Weinstein (Cue Don LaFontaine...

  • Tomorrow’s Technologies

    Tomorrow’s movie technologies debut at NAB 2007 By Nick Dager In the movie industry as we knew it, production was always production...

  • Tomorrow’s Technologies

    Tomorrow’s movie technologies debut at NAB 2007 By Nick Dager In the movie industry as we knew it, production was always production...

  • Judgment Day for Movie Theaters

    “The unknown future rolls toward us,” says Sarah Connor after narrowly averting a technological Judgment Day in Terminator 2. It’s a scary...

  • Celebrating An Icon

    John Wayne was American movies. His gritty, gruff demeanor and that this-is-a-man-coming-through swagger defined not only the Western for decades (and in...

  • The Universal Language of Film Has a Mexican Accent

    The Universal Language of Film Has a Mexican Accent Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki is proving that images speak louder than words with his...