All posts tagged "Sundance 2018"
We the Animals Director Jeremiah Zagar Discovered His First Narrative Feature in a Bookstore and Shot it on 16mmAugust 23, 2018
Walking through SoHo’s McNally Jackson bookstore back in 2012, director Jeremiah Zagar came across a novel...
How They Did It: Editing is “Spelunking Into the Soul,” Say Madeline’s Madeline‘s Josephine Decker and Harrison AtkinsAugust 9, 2018
By the time indie darling Josephine Decker’s Madeline’s Madeline emerged as a top pick of the...
Sundance Film Festival: Seven Breakthrough Moviemakers at Park City in 2018February 23, 2018
Much has been written about the smaller nature of this year’s Sundance 2018 Film Festival. While...
Stay Sad: Babis Makridis on Writing Pity With Oscar-Nominated Efthymis Filippou, Why There’s No “Greek Wave”February 16, 2018
Drastic measures taken to attain a dangerous objective are a defining element in both of Babis...
The 2018 MovieMaker Sundance Survey: We Take the Pulse of Nine Narrative Features Playing in Park CityJanuary 22, 2018
The 34th Sundance Film Festival received 3,901 feature-length submissions, and selected 110—the line-up that largely sets...
- In Lucy and Desi, Amy Poehler Revisits the Love Affair That Built Television January 26, 2022
- The Cathedral Abstracts Family Drama Through Writer-Director Ricky D’Ambrose’s Childhood Memories January 26, 2022
- Tig Notaro Had a Hilarious Run-In With Patti Smith, Who Inspired Her Character in Am I OK? January 26, 2022