Tyler Taormina's debut feature, 'Ham on Rye', is a coming-of-age spectacle reminiscent of Richard Linklater’s 'Dazed and Confused' and Sofia Coppola’s 'The Virgin Suicides.'
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Three film stories were found in Stanley Kubrick’s library after he died in 1999, and 'Lunatic At Large' is the first to be revived.
Billy Wilder is a name that instantly comes up in conversation, especially if you're in film school or simply an enthusiast who lives and breathes cinema. His films, achievements, and wisdom have been the foundation of books and the inspiration behind films that have graced the silver screens throughout the years.
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Hollywood is a tough industry to break into but it is certainly not impossible. Let’s take an in-depth look into screenwriting contests and how they could help get one’s foot in the door.
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Check out our sit down with Nicholas Manting-Brewer and Feixue Tang as we talk about their short documentary, 'Lumpkin, GA' — a powerful examination of immigration, private prisons, the American dream, and a small rural town trying to survive.
Let's take a look at understanding the building blocks of creativity and how to find inspiration when you’re stuck in an endless loop of frustration and artistic blocks.
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Few directors like Tarantino, Lynch, and Burton have managed to create entire worlds of their own, ones whose trademarks we feel right away. Worlds that seem like most of those signature traits are the result of the collaboration between director and writer, and how could it be any other way? Most of the time the two are the same person.
Let’s take a look at how documentaries are used to spark conversations about some of our most important issues and the impact they can leave on the world.
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Filmmaker/director Louise Brix Andersen sat down with us to discuss how she developed her sci-fi short film 'The Pill', the process of remote filmmaking, and much more.
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Whether you're an actor, director, producer, or writer, getting representation can be your best armor when entering into the industry fray. But how can we avoid that troublesome Catch-22?
Ahead of their nationwide one-night theatrical release, we spoke with Director and Producer, Nic Davis and Tim "Jack" Williams, about 'Enormous: The Gorge Story', their documentary on the mythical Washington concert venue.
Since this pandemic is far from over, we should keep striving to find innovative ways to keep art alive and the visionaries behind 'Homemade' have paved the way for artists who are looking to get back into the creative hustle and bustle.
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Filipino-American director Andrew Acedo sat down with us to talk about his award-winning short film, 'Sing (to me),' giving a voice to the "different," how he got into filmmaking, and more.
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We got a chance to talk with Juliana Guedes, a rising production designer in Hollywood about how she got into the field, its ups and downs, working on the upcoming short film, 'Bodies Will Tumble and Roll', and much more.
From Hallmark to Netflix, let’s take a walk through the history of holiday flicks, its huge commercial appeal, and the psychology as to why we crave these stories time and again.
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Check out our sit down with Richard Juan, producer of the world's first film entirely written and directed by artificial intelligence (AI), specifically ChatGPT. We talked about the impact of AI on the film industry, working with ChatGPT, producing the film in 7 days, and much more.
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Check out our sit down with up and coming director Myles Yaksich as we talk about his feature debut, 'Albatross', film festivals, creating conversations with film, and much more.
We got a chance to sit down and talk with rising filmmaker, Nathan Siegel, about his latest documentary, 'Open Ocean', his love for the ocean, non-fiction storytelling, and much more.
On the eve of 'Nine Days' release, we had the opportunity to speak with Edson Oda about its metaphysical story, working with Duke and his fellow Marvel actors, the "surrealness" of collaborating with Spike Jonze, and more.
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Francis Ford Coppola, who is 80 years old, isn't done yet, as the director has announced that he is finally planning to make his dream project, called 'Megalopolis.'
During 2021’s The Wrap Power Women’s Summit panel, industry veterans from major studios gave their two cents on the future of entertainment and revealed the secret weapon that would help keep the industry thriving for many years to come.