All posts tagged "Robert Redford"

  • Deep in the Heart of Waco: Behind the Scenes of the Small Texas City and its Burgeoning Film Festival

    Located right in between Texan powerhouses Houston and Austin, Waco has been slowly but surely making a name for itself in the moviemaking business. With...

  • go to site Many Hat Tricks: Key Ingredients to Running a Successful Network from WOWOW’s Head of U.S. Operations

    Nearing 3 million subscribers, Tokyo-based WOWOW quickly became Japan’s leading premium pay TV broadcaster and on demand service provider since its inception in 2000. Described...

  • go to link Haunted By Waters: A River Runs Through It 25 Years Later

    Norman Maclean taught at the University of Chicago from 1928 until 1973, retiring as the William Rainey Harper Professor of English. He was older than...

  • Watch: Charlie McDowell Talks About Writing The Discovery, Getting Robert Redford to Star and More (Video)

    With his second feature, The Discovery, screenwriter and director Charlie McDowell continues to craft high-concept sci-fi stories that straddle scale, telling an intimate love story...

  • Swindler’s List: Seven Tips for Avoiding the Scam in Hollywood

    Doyle Lonnegan: Your boss is quite a card player, Mr. Kelly; how does he do it?  Johnny Hooker: He cheats. – The Sting Over the...

  • Green Lights: The Redford Center and Sundance’s “The New Climate” Provide Support for Environmentalist Film

    Climate activists, rejoice: new support systems for environmentalist filmmaking are sprouting up, and there’s one name behind the curtain—Redford. The Sundance Kid has long advocated...

  • enter First Draft: Knowing the Difference Between Fact and Truth When Adapting a True Story

    In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Taking the 1994 film Quiz Show as a case study, let’s explore...

  • enter Sundance 2017: 66 Feature Films in Competition and NEXT Sections Announced

    The Sundance Film Festival today announced 66 feature selections from the Competition (U.S. and World) and NEXT sections of the 2017 edition, which runs January...

  • Handling the Truth: Director James Vanderbilt and Mary Mapes Search for the Light

    “I have to take some kind of perverse pride in the fact that I was fired so epically—so spectacularly—that only a feature-length film could do...

  • A Walk in the Woods: Veterans John Bailey and Carol Littleton on their Latest Partnership

    A Walk in the Woods, the Ken Kwapis-directed feature that premieres today at the Sundance Film Festival, is an adaption of a memoir written by...