All posts tagged "Georgia"
Movie News: Georgia’s Big Production Plans; Mel Gibson’s Career, Russell Crowe’s Unlikely Acting CoachJuly 2, 2020
In today’s Movie News Rundown: Georgia has big plans to lead film production post-quarantine; Mel Gibson’s...
Swing States: With the Ups and Downs of Tax Incentives Across America, Lives and Movies Hang in the BalanceJanuary 27, 2017
There’s still a spirited debate going on in the U.S. about film tax incentives. Moviemakers and...
Foreign Contenders: Georgia’s House of Others Invokes Tarkovsky to Explore Post-War AbkhaziaNovember 15, 2016
Over the next two months, MovieMaker’s weekly series “Foreign Contenders” will feature interviews with the heavyweight helmers behind...
The Birth of a Nation’s Biggest Lesson for First-Time Directors? Surround Yourself with Experienced CrewOctober 5, 2016
Following its premiere at Sundance in January, Nate Parker’s directorial debut, The Birth of a Nation,...
How To Shoot a Film in Less Than 25 Days: Producing GirlfriendFebruary 12, 2010
My name’s Shaun O’Banion. You’re probably asking yourself, “Shaun who?” That’s OK. I’m a producer only...
How Zappa Director Alex Winter and Producer Glen Zipper Dug Through the History of a ‘Rabid Archivist’
‘Greenlight Yourself’: Slamdance Unveils Full Lineup, Showcase for Filmmakers With Disabilities
Happiest Season Director Clea DuVall Used to Focus Too Much on the Kind Of Director She Didn’t Want to Be
5 Things Christopher Nolan Finds Fascinating, Per The Nolan Variations
- How Zappa Director Alex Winter and Producer Glen Zipper Dug Through the History of a ‘Rabid Archivist’ November 30, 2020
- ‘Greenlight Yourself’: Slamdance Unveils Full Lineup, Showcase for Filmmakers With Disabilities November 30, 2020
- Two Strangers Tried to Make a Movie Together. What Could Possibly Go Wrong? November 30, 2020