All posts tagged "Andrzej Wajda"
Nailing the Low-Budget English Period Piece: Director William Oldroyd on His Startling Debut, Lady MacbethJuly 24, 2017
Lady Macbeth is a thriller masquerading as a period piece, and first-time feature director William Oldroyd...
Exiled, Then Exalted: Agnieszka Holland on Communist Censorship, the Holocaust, House of Cards and SpoorApril 14, 2017
She left Poland twice: first when she went to study at the Film and TV School...
Turning Censorship Into Symbolism: How State Censorship Defined and Strengthened Post-War Polish CinemaMarch 28, 2017
Under censorship’s nefarious grip, cinema becomes not just a driver of social justice but a sophisticated...
Crossing the Line
Crossing the Line: Andrzej Wajda, Pioneer of the Personal and Political in Polish Cinema (1926—2016)October 11, 2016
Andrzej Wajda, the powerhouse purveyor of Polish cinema with a celebrated knack for devastating depictions of...
Documentary Grant Writing: Producer and Director Alysa Nahmias On All You Need to Know
Movie News: Indie Film Mistakes; Words from The Rock; UK Studios Reopen
Skin Deep: The Battle Over Morgellons Director Pi Ware on Documentary vs. Reality TV
Articles - Screenwriting
Hollywood Told Me No, So I Told Myself Yes — By Deon Taylor
- NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Launches Seed&Spark-Powered Online Film Festival June 3, 2020
- Will SVOD Kill Indie Films? Here’s Exactly How Much I Spent — and Made — on My Debut Film Regionrat June 3, 2020
- Movie News: Keke Palmer and the National Guard; Good Robot; Justice League Deconstructed June 3, 2020