All posts tagged "sundance"
Relic Director Natalie Erika James: How I Felt Through the Darkness to My Sundance DebutJanuary 20, 2020
Director Natalie Erika James makes her Sundance Film Festival feature debut this week with Relic, a...
MovieMaker’s 15 Submission-Worthy Screenwriting Competitions of 2019, Presented by CoverflyMay 30, 2019
In his must-read tome Adventures in the Screen Trade, the late, great author William Goldman states:...
Flash Forward: Jorge Lendeborg Jr. is Building a Promising Career With Good Instincts and His Family’s Steadfast SupportFebruary 14, 2019
“I just always loved and enjoyed watching movies,” says Jorge Lendeborg Jr. of how he got bit...
The 2019 MovieMaker Sundance Survey: Eleven Sundance-Selected Films, and Their Mountain-Bound MakersJanuary 25, 2019
The 35th Sundance Film Festival received a record-breaking 14,000-plus submissions, with 4,000-plus feature-length films among them. Of the...
Singapore Plays Itself: In Sandi Tan’s Shirkers, a Nation (and its Daughter) Come of Age OnscreenOctober 27, 2018
Beautiful Convergence When it opened in 1930, Singapore’s Capitol Theatre was a glittering picture palace, the...
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...
Eye Piece: DP Shabier Kirchner Lensed Skate Kitchen on Wheels, But Didn’t Skate Through His Demanding ShootAugust 9, 2018
As DP on Skate Kitchen—writer-director Crystal Moselle’s first narrative feature about an all-female skateboarding crew coming...
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...