“Accidental Wes Anderson” Might Very Well Be the Best SubReddit Many would say that Wes Anderson well-defined aesthetic is a volumed-up version of our world where colors are more flashy and objects are placed in a perfect symmetry. But one SubReddit puts a halt to all the theories and gives you a taste of Anderson […]
Kafka’s Diaries: a Testament to the Pain of Not Writing and Showing Up Anyway For every writer that parades claiming he writes 3,000 words every day, there is an army of writers struggling most of the time to even write one word on the page, let alone be happy with it. Matt Haig’s tweet about […]
A Ton of Things to Do and Zero Juice Left? Tools and tactics for optimal productivity are great but sometimes you just can’t do it. And today is one of those days for me. I came back late last night from a week on an editing job in Paris and I’m leaving at 4am tomorrow for […]
The 3 Types of Mindsets I wrote about the 3 types of mindsets that I’ve noticed rule many human dynamics a few days ago and received enough comments and emails to think it could use an official post. Below is the original text I’d like to expand a bit on: “Something I’ve been thinking about a […]
Love this reality check from James Gray who has been working consistently for over two decades, who is recognized and acclaimed by the critics, who directs strong films with recognizable names and yet, who still rent an apartment and hasn’t, like everybody assumes when you cross a certain “level” in directing, reached financial security. “You […]
How I Stay Focused and Manage My Time I always want more time. More time to work on my projects, to spend with my parents, my siblings, my friends, my partner, but also to practice yoga, meditate, read books, watch films, binge shows, cook healthy, travel and sleep 8 hours. Mmm… For years I was […]
How Neil Gaiman Knew When to Say ‘No’ to a Job When He Started Are you a filmmaker? That’s a tough question to answer because it depends on your definition of what a filmmaker is. Should you consider yourself a filmmaker when you make a living as a filmmaker, when you dedicate your time to the […]
So You Have a Short Film You Want Everybody to Watch? Here’s What Not to Do In the past six years I’ve started this site, there’s one email I’ve received on a regularl basis where a filmmaker wants me to watch his short film, potentially give feedback and ideally give it exposure. While I like […]
Jill Soloway on How to Land ‘That’ Job Your Network Won’t Give You Jill Soloway is the creator and showrunnre of Amazon Studio Emmy-Winning Show Transparent. Before that, Soloway used work in Theater then to write for a variety of TV Shows. Soloway directed her first short film in 2010 at age 45. During her […]
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