All posts tagged "Thelma and Louise"
’69 at 50: A Look Back at the Legacy of Nine Movies From 1969September 13, 2019
Polarizing political rhetoric, culture wars, fiercely divided opinions about the moral fiber of the president, troops dying...
Austin Film Festival 2017: Inside the City Limits, the 24-Year-Old Fest Grows in Stature Each YearMarch 22, 2018
On May of 2013, after an intense “writing” day of accomplishing nothing but staring blankly at...
First Draft: 11 Anti-Heroes, and Ways to Develop Them In Your ScreenplayFebruary 1, 2018
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. How...
First Draft: Follow This Tested and True Rule Book to Explore the Reactions of Your Script’s CharactersFebruary 7, 2017
In partnership with Creative Screenwriting and ScreenCraft, “First Draft” is a series on everything to do with screenwriting. So...
Same Company Now Owns 3 Top Hollywood Trades Variety, Hollywood Reporter and Deadline
Peter Bart Predicts 1960s-Style ‘Reinvention’ of Movies
How to Start Your Script With a Killer Opening Scene
Comrades! Enjoy This Hideously Great Sputnik Concept Art
- Peter Bart Predicts 1960s-Style ‘Reinvention’ of Movies September 22, 2020
- Movie News: How David Fincher Works; Safety Breakthrough; Free Studio Ghibli Images September 22, 2020
- How Real Survivors of the Opioid Crisis Brought Sno Babies to Life September 21, 2020