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Things I’ve Learned: Gus Van Sant’s Six Golden Rules of MoviemakingMay 22, 2021
Gus Van Sant is one of America’s most heralded, iconic independent auteurs. Based in Portland, Oregon,...
Going to Extremes: To Create Horror That Shatters the Senses, Be Sensitive to Emotional ExtremityOctober 31, 2018
Everyone who knows me well knows that since I was very young—five, six years old—I kept...
First Draft: Manipulate Your Audiences’ Psychological States With These Three Screenwriting TricksOctober 10, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Suspense...
First Draft: Start and End With a Bang When Writing Your Screenplay’s First and Last VisualsJanuary 12, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Why...
Stranger Danger: How The Eyes of My Mother Uses the Audience’s Imagination for Maximum ScaresNovember 29, 2016
A mother sees a strange man talking to her daughter outside. The man says he needs...
Festival Wrap: South Africa’s Durban International Film Festival Reflects on their 34th YearJuly 29, 2013
MovieMaker’s exclusive interview with Durban International Film Festival’s manager Peter Machen touches on the festival’s rich,...
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