All posts tagged "Steven Spielberg"
Defying the Expectations of Romcom: Long Shot Director Jonathan Levine on Portraying a True RelationshipMay 9, 2019
Jonathan Levine knows what you think about his movie. Schlubby guy, gorgeous woman. He’s funny, was...
Flipping the Script: How to Navigate the Ups and Downs of the Spec Script MarketJune 21, 2018
It seems that every couple of years, the spec script is declared “dead.” Indeed, in January,...
The Post’s Production: Longtime Spielberg-DP Janusz Kaminski Expresses Himself Through LightMarch 31, 2018
While growing up in Communist Bloc Poland, Janusz Kaminski was permitted by the government to watch...
Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2018: Academy Award-Nominated Directors Get Candid About Their FilmsFebruary 13, 2018
With three titans of cinema and two of the most acclaimed and promising debutants in years...
How They Did It
How They Did It: The Producer of Destination Unknown Spent Over a Decade Collecting Interviews With Holocaust SurvivorsNovember 10, 2017
Despite being clad in all-weather gear, I remained chilled to the bone on an early morning...
Film School Advice
The Evolution of Film School in America: Everything to Know, From Dropouts to Disciples, Fairbanks to Francis FordJuly 5, 2017
Moviemaking has been taught almost as long as it’s been around. The 1890s saw the birth...
Shedding Light: Watch This Enlightening Breakdown of DP Janusz Kaminski’s Signature Lighting Techniques (Video)June 27, 2017
For every production, there are existing sets, and then there are additional set layers whose creation depends...
First Draft: A Screenwriting Prescription For Action DescriptionJune 22, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. A...