All posts tagged "The Wolf of Wall Street"
Hollywood’s Four Classic Narrative Types, Part I: When the Bad Guys WinSeptember 7, 2017
Cinematic stories give lessons on human thought and behavior. This is their most basic social purpose....
Perfecting Camera Movement, Angles and Lens Type for VFX: An Excerpt From The Filmmaker’s Guide to Visual EffectsMay 16, 2017
With his new book, The Filmmaker’s Guide to Visual Effects, Emmy- and VES award-winning visual effects supervisor...
All-Seeing Eye: God’s Front-Row Seat in the Films of Martin Scorsese (Video)January 7, 2017
Many of Martin Scorsese’s characters fancy themselves masters of their own universe. But what makes them...
Terence Winter in Sheep’s Clothing: The Wolf of Wall Street Scribe Explains How to Create a Believable Bad GuyFebruary 16, 2014
Terence Winter is no stranger to wolves. With writing credits on HBO series The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire (for which...
How the Black Lives Matter Movement Is Already Affecting Films
Documentary Grant Writing: Producer and Director Alysa Nahmias On All You Need to Know
Skin Deep: The Battle Over Morgellons Director Pi Ware on Documentary vs. Reality TV
Articles - Screenwriting
Hollywood Told Me No, So I Told Myself Yes — By Deon Taylor
- NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Launches Seed&Spark-Powered Online Film Festival June 3, 2020
- Will SVOD Kill Indie Films? Here’s Exactly How Much I Spent — and Made — on My Debut Film Regionrat June 3, 2020
- Movie News: Keke Palmer and the National Guard; Good Robot; Justice League Deconstructed June 3, 2020