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  • Things Learned

    Things I’ve Learned: Barry Sonnenfeld’s Seven Golden Rules of Moviemaking

    By January 8, 2014

    It’s the very first Things I’ve Learned of the year here at MovieMaker, and we’re sharing seven...

  • Directing

    Interview: Twice Born Director Sergio Castellitto

    By December 6, 2013

    Italian actor-director Sergio Castellitto’s new romantic drama Twice Born, an adaptation of the bestselling novel Venuto...

  • Articles

    Jia Zhangke Exclusive: The renowned director talks about A Touch of Sin
    by Josh Ralske

    By October 4, 2013

    At this year’s New York Film Festival, internationally renowned filmmaker Jia Zhangke showed his new film,...

  • Things Learned

    Things I’ve Learned: Wim Wenders’ 50 Golden Rules of Moviemaking

    By July 17, 2013

    Wim Wenders is known for his poetic and emotional films, like 1984’s Palme d’Or-winning Paris, Texas...

  • Things Learned

    Things I’ve Learned as a Moviemaker: John Waters

    By July 3, 2013

    An attempt to summarize John Waters’ life and oeuvre into a pithy blurb would be, frankly,...

  • Articles - Directing

    Things I’ve Learned: Gus Van Sant’s Six Golden Rules of Moviemaking

    By June 18, 2013

    Gus Van Sant is one of America’s most heralded, iconic independent auteurs.  Based in Portland, Oregon,...

  • Articles - Education

    Talent and Toughness: Are Great Directors Born or Made?

    By February 3, 2007

    Director Guy Magar just completed the suspense thriller Children of the Corn: Revelation, based on Stephen...

  • Articles - Directing

    Why Independent Film is Alive and Well

    By February 6, 2003

    Not long ago independent moviemakers were the darlings of the mainstream media. From 1989 when Steven...

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