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“So You Think It Would Be Fun To Take Your Film To Festivals” PART 3

This is the third part of a series devoted to film festivals. Please check

“So You Think It Would Be Fun To Take Your Film To Festivals”: PART 2

Click here for the first part of this series. GETTING READY TO SUBMIT (Not

“So You Think It Would Be Fun To Take Your Film To Festivals”: PART 1

 PART 1: The Festival Journey of “Jes and Lora” Begins (or “Episode IV: A

To Anyone Who Thinks They’re Falling Behind In Life

Editor’ s Note: While this is not an article directly related to our industry,

No More Excuses: Adam Rifkin on Why You Should Grab Your Film by the Horns, Now

Movies are my life. Literally. Making movies is the only job I’ve ever had,

Harnessing the Hydra: How to Be a Better Collaborator, by Southbound Director Roxanne Benjamin

Good collaboration happens when a film’s creative heads move in unison. We hear over

Crowdfunding is a Full-Time Job: Tips from the Directors of ‘The Dog’

Though the co-directors of “The Dog” managed to raise over $52,000 on Seed&Spark, their

WMM Sundance Diaries 2016 (Part 4)

Your guide on where to go, what to see, and how to get the

WMM Sundance Diaries 2016 (Part 3)

Your guide on where to go, what to see, and how to get the

WMM Sundance Diaries 2016 (Part 2)

Your guide on where to go, what to see, and how to get the

WMM Sundance Diaries 2016

Your guide on where to go, what to see, and how to get the

The 25 Movies We’re Most Excited to See at Sundance

EACH YEAR, THE Sundance Film Festival feels like a race against time. There are

The Psychology of What Makes a Great Story

“The great writer’s gift to a reader is to make him a better writer.”

Critic’s Notebook: When Every Fox Show Becomes a Procedural, It Gets Very Boring

For the 2015-16 season, Fox has or has had seven dramas in which the

Hollywood’s Issue With Diversity Goes Beyond The Oscars Boycott

Last year when the Oscar nominations were announced, I was, like most Black people,

George Clooney on White Oscars: ‘We’re Moving in the Wrong Direction’

Last week, for the second consecutive year, the Oscars nominated 20 white actors as

David Oyelowo Goes Off on Oscars: “I Am an Academy Member and It Doesn’t Reflect Me”

“For 20 opportunities to celebrate actors of color, actresses of color, to be missed

WMM Canada To Host Premiere Screening Party On March 30th!

Congrats to Michael Coady (fearless leader running WMM CANADA) & the filmmakers taking part in

If You Love This Awards Season Movie, Try This Lesser-Known Indie Movie

From MAD MAX: FURY ROAD and WHITE GOD to ROOM and FELT, these cinematic

The Future of Hollywood Blockbusters Moves Even Closer to China

Wanda Group’s purchase of Legendary Entertainment solidifies a push eastward in the works for

3 Things to Avoid When Directing Films – David Fincher

According to David Fincher, do you have any guesses about what the top 3

Scientists Help Movie Writers Make Films ‘Plausible-ish’

Organization links scientists with writers who want a dose of scientific accuracy; black holes,

BRYAN CRANSTON’S BREAKTHROUGH PHILOSOPHY

Bryan Cranston was once asked to give advice to aspiring actors, and in turn

How They Created the Bear VFX for the Mauling of Leonardo DiCaprio in ‘The Revenant’

ILM divulges its impressive character animation for the bear, which has been shortlisted for

Human at the Seams: Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson Make Yearning Tangible in Anomalisa

Hiding any visible trace of the artifice of moviemaking is one of the craft’s

Nine Tips for Pitching Your TV Series

With the arrival of the Golden Age of Television, many indie-slanting stories are finding