All posts tagged "Storyboarding"
Why Over-Prep? It’s the Key to Not Taking Shots In the Dark, Says the Director of A Violent ManSeptember 11, 2017
A Violent Man is a throwback to classic film noir, influenced by Hitchcock’s Frenzy and Nicolas...
How They Did It: Why Storyboarding was Crucial to Creating the Gothic Big House of The LodgersSeptember 8, 2017
A brief history lesson: After the Cromwellian invasion of Ireland in the 17th century, when Irish land was...
Unsung Film Heroes: Daniel Raim’s Harold and Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story Shines a Light on Two Cinematic ArtistsMay 31, 2017
Harold and Lillian Michelson are two unrecognized pillars of the American film industry whose contributions to...
MM Guide 2017
Luck of the Draw: What’s the Best, and Cheapest, Way to Figure Out If Your Film Works? StoryboardingDecember 6, 2016
When storyboard artist Kurt van der Basch and director Tom Tykwer first met in 2012, the...
From Storyboard to Screen: Director Soham Mehta Breaks Down the Shot Design of Run the TideNovember 30, 2016
Today, just days before the release of my first feature film, Run the Tide, flipping through...
Residue, Gentrification, and Trying to Go Home Again (Podcast)
The Real Driver in Green Book Appeared in Goodfellas, The Godfather and The Sopranos
How to Start Your Script With a Killer Opening Scene
Comrades! Enjoy This Hideously Great Sputnik Concept Art
- Residue, Gentrification, and Trying to Go Home Again (Podcast) September 25, 2020
- The Real Driver in Green Book Appeared in Goodfellas, The Godfather and The Sopranos September 25, 2020
- Movie News: Let’s Talk Goodfellas, Satanists and Cults September 25, 2020