We sat down with three women from the filmmaking industry to talk about their own experiences and the larger conversation about women in the film industry.
Animation scores may have had simplistic reputations in the past, but street-inspired innovators like The Blasting Company are disproving old ideas.
Sherri Chung has scored some of your favorite TV shows, so we asked how her process works, how her career has developed, and what she wants in …
PremiumBeat sat down with the composers for American Gods to discuss their process and working with the show in our latest interview.
PremiumBeat spoke with Brazilian filmmaker Carolina Costa about her path to success, her approach to the work, and her creative direction.
Festival director, associate producer, and muse Kimberley Browning wears any hat she needs to. Here she is on festival programming and supporting artists.
We spoke with costume designer Gersha Phillips about her designs for Star Trek: Discovery, House of Cards, and My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
Sure — high-profile filmmakers and actors needs publicists, but who else in the industry could benefit from a media strategy?
We spoke with the writer/director about multi-protagonist screenplays, split screen editing, and her commitment to losing creative control.
This meeting of the minds is all about composing for film, going to Sundance, and sharing insights about the craft.
Still photographer Matt Kennedy shares insights about shooting for both big projects like Black Panther and smaller, more intimate productions.
We talked with Brooklyn Nine-Nine composer Dan Marocco about his influences, his artistic process, and how technology plays a part in his creativity.