All posts tagged "brokeback mountain"

  • The Adept Adapter: A Primer on Adaptation (i.e. Hacking Someone’s Great Idea and Making it Your Own)

    Maybe it’s a childhood favorite you’ve always dreamed of seeing on a big screen, or a recommendation from your mother who read it all in...

  • First Draft: Five Reasons Short Stories are Easier to Adapt Than Novels

     In partnership with the blog ScreenCraft, we’re publishing “First Draft,” a fortnightly series on everything to do with screenwriting. New articles, written by the team...

  • Kustendorf 2013: A dispatch from the mountains of Serbia
    by Peter Weed

    The Kustendorf Film and Music festival—which runs concurrently with another snowy, high-altitude American film festival—opened Wednesday, January 16th on a soggy night in the mountains...

  • Classic Movie Title Sequences

    Hollow Man (2000) Director: Paul Verhoeven Title design company: Picture Mill The sequence: Three-dimensional floating letters continuously reassemble themselves to form credits. The view appears...

  • Things I’ve Learned As A Moviemaker: Ang Lee

    An ever-evolving director with international reach, Ang Lee laughs at the label of “auteur.” But his impact on world cinema is undeniable. Lee is the...