Miscellaneous Archive

HBO Launches HBOAccess to Seek Diverse Emerging Filmmakers (Apply Now)

HBOAccess, a new four-week program created by HBO to provide project development, master classes and mentoring

Will 2014 Be the Year That Smartphone Filmmaking Goes Mainstream?

Over the last century, each generation of technology revolutionized filmmaking. But with the smartphone

On Motivation: Beloved Composer Leonard Bernstein on Why We Create

A journey to the heart of “the mindless, useless, glorious pursuit of artistic truth.”

Forgiveness in the Business

Over the course of The DevelopMental Breakdown, we’ve rigorously explored the expectations and standards

Use This Map To Find Your State’s Most Popular Movie

What if states’ identities were dictated by their most iconic movies? Colorado would scare

The Women of Sundance 2014

Women, this is our year.  I don’t say this because I’ve got numbers to

Are Your Costumes Telling Stories? Take a Look Inside the Costume Design for ‘American Hustle’

Making a film means getting really good at plate spinning, and oftentimes, the plate

20th Century Fox Gave Him $25,000 To Make A Movie Trailer…

Here’s What He Did Instead. Somewhere between the ridiculous voice-overs and their identical forms,

REEL WOMEN: OUR FAVORITE FEMALE-DRIVEN FILMS AND PERFORMANCES OF 2013

It’s that time of the year: time for top 10 lists, time to start

RESOLUTIONS FOR FILMMAKERS: A COLLECTION by WMM

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM WMM! One thing we do here on our site is

The Art of (Women and) Film Editing with Dede Allen and Thelma Schoonmaker

As David Lean said, “The editor is the final author of the film.” These

12 Great 2013 Movies to Stream Over the Holidays

Welcome to Flavorwire’s streaming movie guide, in which we help you sift through the scores

Here’s What Christmas Morning Would Look Like Through the Lens of Your Favorite Directors

Ever wondered what a Christmas movie directed by Wes Anderson, Martin Scorsese or Baz Luhrmann would

Producer Adi Shankar’s 13 Rules For Breaking Into Hollywood

Adi Shankar is the producer of several films, including The Grey, Broken City, and

GEENA DAVIS’ TWO EASY STEPS TO MAKE HOLLYWOOD LESS SEXIST (GUEST COLUMN)

The actress and founder of her namesake Institute on Gender in Media cites data

POV’s 2013 Documentary Filmmaking Equipment Survey

POV asked documentarians to share their experiences with equipment and documentary tools – from

Femme Filmmakers Break Barriers in Morocco

Moroccan new wave includes many women directors Elsa Keslassy MARRAKECH, Morocco — Laila Marrakchi,

Making a Scene: 11 (Very) Short RED EPIC-Shot Films from Legendary Cinematographer Janusz Kaminski

Janusz Kaminski is an industry legend. Since 1990, he has DP’d over 30 feature films,

15 Reasons We Should Be Thankful for Indie Film in 2013

In honor of Thanksgiving, film producer Ted Hope, who is stepping down as executive director of San

John Landis Rails Against Studios: ‘They’re Not in the Movie Business Anymore’

At the Mar del Plata fest, the “Animal House” director decried “vampire” tech giants

Inside the Dark Literary World of ‘American Beauty’ Screenwriter Alan Ball

Some of the most important screenwriting advice you’ll ever hear is to write what

You Will Never Be An Insider In The Industry

This week’s article is a guest post from actor, director + acting coach Craig Archibald

‘Ender’s Game’: The Military’s Sci-Fi Manual

Ender’s Game isn’t just routine Hollywood fare. It’s based on a book with a cult

White House to Screen Weinstein’s ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’

President Obama will attend a screening of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom,” in an early

3 FILMS BY ROBERTO ROSSELLINI STARRING INGRID BERGMAN: CRITERION COLLECTION

The real-life and reel-life union of Roberto Rossellini and Ingrid Bergman created much controversy

Underground Film History 1968: Underground Film Business Booming

From The Victoria Advocate, Sunday, Jan. 21, 1968. Article text: Wild Is the Word