All posts tagged "director"
Quentin Tarantino: What Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood Borrows From The StuntmanDecember 13, 2019
Quentin Tarantino says part of the story structure of Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood is...
In Fabric Director Peter Strickland and The Lighthouse Director Robert Eggers Share How David Lynch Changed Their LivesDecember 10, 2019
When MovieMaker put In Fabric director Peter Strickland and The Lighthouse director Robert Eggers together on...
Moviemaker Hus Miller Saved 10 Percent of His Debut Indie Feature’s Budget Through MovieMaker Production ServicesAugust 14, 2019
Necessity is the mother of invention. Filmmakers truly are alchemists when it comes to turning zero...
How They Did It: Learning a New Culture and Creating Painterly Visuals to Make Despite EverythingJune 11, 2019
The biggest challenge of working on my seventh feature film as a director was to do...
Foreign Contenders: Andrey Zvyagintsev Breaks Down the Technical Aspects of Shooting Russia’s Melancholic LovelessDecember 6, 2017
Not far removed from the philosophical and ethical inquiries that 19th century literary masters like Tolstoy,...
NewFilmmakers LA: Anisha Adusumilli, William J. Stribling, Francisco Lorite, Christopher Scott, and More (Video)September 15, 2017
This new installment of our series of NewFilmmakers LA interviews features conversations about movies directed by Harrison Friend,...
NewFilmmakers LA: Gonzalo Ladines, Karl Shefelman, Dawn Fields, Marshall Allman and More (Video)September 8, 2017
This new installment of our series of NewFilmmakers LA interviews features conversations with directors John Farmanesh-Bocca, Dawn Fields,...
What’s In An Eighth? An Assistant Director Explains How to Break a Screenplay Page and Plan ShotsMay 23, 2017
Math is generally reliable, but in the world of moviemaking, not so much. “Five takes” usually...
New Filmmakers LA Part 1: Indie Interviews with Directors Ekkens, Wagner, Lubow, Lander and SavageMarch 28, 2014
This week’s edition of New Filmmakers LA is jam-packed with moviemaking wisdom. In fact, there’s so much wisdom...-&url=https://www.moviemaker.com/new-filmmakers-la-part-1-indie-interviews-with-directors-ekkens-wagner-lubow-lander-and-savage/', 'twitterShare', 'width=626,height=436'); return false;" title="Tweet This Post"> by New Filmmakers LA
Things I’ve Learned: Barry Sonnenfeld’s Seven Golden Rules of Moviemaking
It’s the very first Things I’ve Learned of the year here at MovieMaker, and we’re sharing seven...
Interview: Twice Born Director Sergio Castellitto
Italian actor-director Sergio Castellitto’s new romantic drama Twice Born, an adaptation of the bestselling novel Venuto...
Jia Zhangke Exclusive: The renowned director talks about A Touch of Sin
At this year’s New York Film Festival, internationally renowned filmmaker Jia Zhangke showed his new film,...
Articles - Directing
Things I’ve Learned: Gus Van Sant’s Six Golden Rules of Moviemaking
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?
Director Guy Magar just completed the suspense thriller Children of the Corn: Revelation, based on Stephen...