All posts tagged "The Searchers"
Sweet Country, Sour History, Great Moviemaking: Director Warwick Thornton on Sweet CountryApril 17, 2018
“Australia was built on free labour. 180 years of free labour,” says director Warwick Thornton. He...
Art of Darkness: Hostiles‘ Scott Cooper on Genre, Race, and the American SoulDecember 27, 2017
“Life is nasty and brutish and short.” “Thomas Hobbes said that,” he explains. It’s the perfect...
First Draft: Seeing Is Conceiving. Build a Blueprint to Work Visuals Into Your ScreenplayMay 11, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. Writing...
100 Seconds of Greatness: Analyzing the First Scene of John Ford’s The SearchersMarch 13, 2017
What made John Ford a great director? Let’s try an experiment to help answer that question....
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