Posts Tagged ‘Inspiration’
We went in-depth and behind the scenes with Nena Erb, the editor of Insecure, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Project Greenlight.
Dutch filmmaker Carine Bijlsma’s patience and respect paid off for this 2019 Tribeca Film Festival documentary about the reclusive R&B artist D’Angelo.
Dynamic lighting. Explosive energy. Here are the most popular cameras used throughout the entire Phase Three Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Incredible portraits of image-makers premiered at Tribeca 2019, and some new documentaries on the schedule affirm the value of intimate storytelling.
We sat down with Joanie and Steve Wynn and Jeff Sandmann for some insight into making meaningful documentaries — and how to find motivation.
Let’s look at the cameras used to capture the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. In this follow-up to our first article, we’ll explore the Phase Two films.
What do Veep, The Good Place, Arrested Development, and Northern Exposure all have in common? David Schwartz — one very savvy composer.
Let’s look at the cameras used to capture the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. First up, we’ll explore the Phase One films.
Thinking about burning that old screenplay? Consider the following steps for fixing your screenplay without scrapping it completely.
Kat Candler took the time to chat with us about her film festival experiences, including a few that beginning filmmakers should check out.
From “Car Wash” to “Thirtysomething,” actor and director Melanie Mayron has appeared in a number of iconic film and TV roles.
Before the Avengers, before the Suicide Squad, even before ’90s Batman and his . . . anatomic batsuit, Hollywood relied on comic book heroes.