All posts tagged "John Turturro"
Grass Grows Greener in Greenwich: Newcomer Greenwich International Film Festival is shooting up fastSeptember 13, 2016
Move over, Tribeca. There’s a new kid in town and she’s gonna give you—and dare I...
First Draft: Lessons in Plotting Film Noir, From The Big Sleep, The Big Lebowski and The Nice GuysAugust 31, 2016
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. The...
Aging Bull: Robert De Niro Remains Ferocious as He Spars with Édgar Ramírez in Hands of StoneAugust 22, 2016
I had just arrived on the Croisette for this year’s Cannes Film Festival and was having...
Things I’ve Learned As a Moviemaker: John TurturroAugust 8, 2016
Throughout Brooklyn-born John Turturro’s three decades in movies, his distinctive presence has been stamped onto such...
MovieMaker Magazine Spring 2014: The Activism in Film Issue, On Stands April 22!April 2, 2014
MovieMaker #108 Preview: THE ACTIVISM IN FILM ISSUE: CAN MOVIEMAKERS SAVE THE WORLD? The Spring 2014...
- The Women Behind Amazon’s Birds of Paradise Revisit The Most Intense Dance Class of Their Lives September 25, 2021
- Boss Baby: Family Business Visual Effects Artists Give Advice for Aspiring Animators at SCAD AnimationFest September 24, 2021
- Sci-Fi Gem Ultrasound Was in Pre-Production for One Month and Much of the Film Was Shot in Five Days September 24, 2021