All posts tagged "Sophia Takal"
Black Christmas Director Sophia Takal on Her Story of ‘Misogyny, Lurking in the Shadows’December 12, 2019
Bob Clark’s Black Christmas, released days before Christmas 1974, largely invented the slasher genre. But what struck...
Inside MM - How To
Breaking and Entering, Part One: How To Shoot Down Self-Doubt and Pay the Rent While Making It In the Film IndustryJanuary 31, 2019
Becoming a moviemaker seemed like an impossibly ambitious goal when I was growing up. I was living...
2016 AFI Fest Preview: 10 Feature Film Picks From a Vivid International Line-UpNovember 4, 2016
Los Angeles’ grandest festival begins in Hollywood next week, and it’s movie paradise. AFI Fest (November...
Under the Influence
Under the Influence: Michael M. Bilandic on Hellaware and “Yung Lean – 5th Element”September 25, 2014
A new series on MovieMaker.com, Under the Influence charts the often-mysterious ways that art begets art,...
The Red Pill: The Fight to Save a Matrix Metaphor From the Alt-Right
How the Black Lives Matter Movement Is Already Affecting Films
Skin Deep: The Battle Over Morgellons Director Pi Ware on Documentary vs. Reality TV
Articles - Screenwriting
Hollywood Told Me No, So I Told Myself Yes — By Deon Taylor
- NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Launches Seed&Spark-Powered Online Film Festival June 3, 2020
- Will SVOD Kill Indie Films? Here’s Exactly How Much I Spent — and Made — on My Debut Film Regionrat June 3, 2020
- Movie News: Keke Palmer and the National Guard; Good Robot; Justice League Deconstructed June 3, 2020