Filmmaking increasingly doesn’t involve film at all as the majority of films — both Hollywood blockbusters and small independent films — are shot digitally. Continue reading Here’s What Sundance Cinematographers Think of Shooting Film Vs. Digital
During a private Masterclass as part of the 2015 Palm Springs Film Festival, the Academy Award-winning director shared tips with a small group of international filmmakers. Here are the highlights.
Continue reading Academy Award-Winner Michel Hazanavicius’s 5 Tips for Filmmakers
In a guest post, writer/producer/actress Naomi McDougall Jones explains why the crisis in film distribution has provided a great opportunity for indie filmmakers.
Continue reading Why It’s a Great Time to Be an Independent Filmmaker
As part of the IFP’s Future of Entertainment series, screenwriter, director and film critic Paul Schrader discussed the future of film in conversation with Marc Schiller, CEO of Bond Strategy and Influence, at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP. Here are some of the highlights. Continue reading Paul Schrader on the Future of Film
50 Filmmaking Tips from Director of Calendar Girls, Nigel Cole, a British film and television director whose works also include Made in Dagenham, and The Wedding Video. In a series of tweets he has been sharing literally (ok, not literally) everything he knows about making a film.
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Darren Aronofsky and producing partner Scott Franklin sat down with Producers Guild of America president Gary Lucchesi at PGA’s Produced By Conference in New York. Here’s what Aronofsky had to say about his movies and the future of filmmaking at large.
Continue reading What We Lose When Film Dies, How Storytelling is Changing and More from Darren Aronofsky