Articles featuring insight and analysis about filmmaking from the people that make them.
Stella Meghie Is Shaking Up Hollywood
Aug 6, 2020
As a teen, she had “I’m Every Woman” on repeat. Today, the writer-director is the woman at the helm of the Whitney Houston biopic, her third studio-backed feature.
Simon Rich on the Wild Premise, and Real People, Behind “An American Pickle”
Aug 5, 2020
The screenwriter discusses his penchant for self-satirization and why Seth Rogen was his first choice to play a man brined in pickle juice for 100 years.
Marcus Hu on the Legacy of New Queer Cinema
Jun 24, 2020
There was a feeling of wanting to tell our stories, wanting to see our images on screen, which wasn't being done before in a way that was positive.
How a Producer Finds His Taste In Movies
Jun 10, 2020
“Certain writers, certain directors, and certain actors spoke to me. It just started to blossom into a really nice body of work that I consumed and integrated.”
A cinematographer finds inspiration with #shotsinquarantine
Jun 10, 2020
It wasn’t long after coronavirus-quarantine orders shut down productions that cinematographer Lawrence Sher found himself needing a creative outlet.
Stepping Through Film—And Back
May 14, 2020
It makes you think about the beauty of filmmaking and everything that goes into creating the atmosphere. All these people were here, filming this thing — and now it's immortalized on the screen forever.
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