Posts Tagged ‘interview’
We sat down with Craig Atkinson and Alex Takats, cinematographers from the new Netflix show, Dogs, to talk documentary filmmaking.
Patricia Resnick has worked on an impressive array of projects throughout her career. Here’s what she has to say about the craft and the industry.
We sat down with comedian, television writer, and activist Tess Rafferty to learn about equality, Italy, and her passion for politics.
On low-budget documentary shoots, protecting the environment means careful use of natural light. But what if timing ruins a moment the crew can’t recreate?
We chatted with screenwriter Megan Weaver about her script “The Starfish” and some insights for pitching your screenplay.
At the 2018 Austin Film Festival, we chatted with Root for the Villain writer/director Max Rissman about shooting short-form episodic content.
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 …
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 …
Creating content is more democratic than ever, but it also presents new challenges. So how do you get your project seen in such a crowded field?
Norman Steinberg has worked on some of your favorite projects with some of your favorite people. We sat down with him recently to talk some shop.
From working beside Dick Van Dyke to animating The Flash, Charlie Schlatter tells us how he learned to let it all go and finally find his voice.
Filmmaker Jessica Sanders chats about her short “End of the Line” and some of its amazing practical and digital VFX tricks.