Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
We chatted with screenwriter Megan Weaver about her script “The Starfish” and some insights for pitching your screenplay.
Full-time film production opportunities are more common today than ever before. So does that mean you should stop considering freelance work?
Interested in screening your films at film festivals? Here are five reasons why you should consider volunteering before you start making submissions.
At the 2018 Austin Film Festival, we chatted with Root for the Villain writer/director Max Rissman about shooting short-form episodic content.
Love may hurt, but it also sells. The Hallmark Channel produces 90+ holiday and romance films per year, so we sat down with the woman behind the …
Good fight scenes need vision, planning, and careful choreography. But ultimately, they depend on the edit for their power.
Travis Scott’s music video for “SICKO MODE” inspired us to recreate some of its truly awesome visual effects. Here are our four favorite.
James V. Hart has worked with many of the greats — from Coppola to Spielberg. We sat down to talk about his journey and some of the …
No (good) script exists in a vacuum. Giving and receiving feedback is essential for successful screenwriters. So what’s the best way to go about it?
Anthony Milton has worked in the professional film scene in Dallas for the past decade. We sat down to talk shop and collect his tips on building …
Filmmaker Mickey Reece has turned over 30 homemade movies into a Fantastic Fest horror hit. Here’s what we’ve learned from his years of experience.
Here’s a look at the insights Mid90s director Jonah Hill has learned from filmmaking greats like Martin Scorsese, Spike Jonze, and Seth Rogen.