All posts tagged "Lionsgate"
Merchants of Empathy: Carlos López Estrada, Rafael Casal, and Daveed Diggs’ Blindspotting Taps Into the Cultural ConsciousnessJuly 18, 2018
Artistic expression feeds on hardship, thrives on restrictions, adjusts to turbulence, and withstands setbacks. That’s the...
Feat Of Clay: Aardman Animation Legend Nick Park on Stop-Motion in the 21st Century, and Cavemen Soccer in Early ManFebruary 16, 2018
Historical revisionism meets Aardman’s signature clay animation for a comedy about cavemen playing soccer in the...
First Draft: Wield These Tips To Conceive, Write, and Format Your Feature-Length MusicalNovember 22, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. You...
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Film School Alumni Advice: The Hitman’s Bodyguard Director Patrick HughesSeptember 12, 2017
Every year, MovieMaker asks a range of successful indie filmmakers to reflect on their time in...
Global Perspective: Extortion Director Phil Volken Moves From a Local First Film to an International Follow-UpMay 30, 2017
Peaceful, isolated islands, tranquil seascapes and the slow lull of waves crashing on the beach seem...
The Blair Necessities: Eduardo Sánchez and Simon Barrett Talk Blair Witch, Then and Now, and Changes in HorrorSeptember 16, 2016
Between Eduardo Sánchez co-directing The Blair Witch Project in 1999 and Simon Barrett writing Blair Witch in...
Tailor-Made Songs: Mexican Pop Band Reik on Composing for the Movies With No Manches FridaSeptember 2, 2016
Tapping into a typically under-served demographic, Pantelion Films, the joint venture between Lionsgate and Mexico’s Televisa,...
Halloween Retro-SPOOK-tive: Drew Goddard – The Genre SlayerOctober 30, 2013
“Trick or Treat? Smell my feet. Give me something good to eat!” MovieMaker is preparing for...-&url=https://www.moviemaker.com/halloween-retro-spook-tive-drew-goddard-the-genre-slayer/', 'twitterShare', 'width=626,height=436'); return false;" title="Tweet This Post"> by Bryan Reesman