Charlie Kaufman, screenwriter of Human Nature, Being John Malkovich, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Adaptation and Synecdoche New York, that he also directed, talks about his creative process at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Mentioning an anecdote that happened to him the same morning in Vancouver, Kaufman made a nice analogy with his creative […]
While we’ll still have to wait until September, 26 to discover Biophilia, the new album/project partly recorded on iPad, described by Bjork as a multimedia collection “encompassing music, apps, internet, installations, and live shows” and made in collaboration with Apple, we can now not only listen to the single Crystalline but also watch the music […]
With Disney, Pixar and Dreamworks working very hard to entertain us while keeping the quality high and climbing, being an animator has never seemed so desirable. But if animation projects multiply, one thing hasn’t changed, and it’s the difficulty to integrate these dreamy teams. Last year, Willie Downs, who secretly always wanted to become an […]
To celebrate its 15th year anniversary, indiWIRE, with the Film Society Lincoln Center, organized a panel to look back at the last 15 tears of film distribution with panelists Richard Abramowitz (Abramorama), Bob and Jeanne Berney (FilmDistrict), Arianna Bocco (IFC Films/Sundance Selects), Ira Deutchman (Emerging Pictures), Amy Heller ( Milestone), Bingham Ray (SnagFilms and FSLC’s ), […]
Being Sold is an interesting case, this is a feature that was shot in two days (?!*@#$%) and for an indecent low amount of money, especially when you look at the end result. I went on the website hoping that I would discover it was an indie drama set in a bedroom, shot handheld on a 7D […]
The Berghs’ Exhibition, an event organized by the Berghs School of Communication, took place last month in Stockholm, Sweden. During four days, students and professionals discussed about a universal theme: the fear of failure. If you go through their Manifesto, you’ll find links to videos of well-known names in the design community such as Michael […]
Courtesy of Banksy, since this past Monday June 13th, the exhibition Art in the Streets is free every Monday from 11am to 5pm at the The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, until it ends, which is to say August 8, 2011. “I don’t think you should have to pay to look at graffiti. You should only […]
With three ongoing competitions and the past participation of artists such as Alicia Keys, Royksopp, Moby or David Lynch, Genero.TV positions itself as a unique platform for independent filmmakers to create original content, build their network while potentially generating profit out of it. Genero.Tv might well be that point of entry for independent filmmakers interested […]
Last Weekend was the Great American Pitchfest, an amazing platform for screenwriters to learn, mingle and pitch their projects to pros. On Saturday, all day, and for free, you could attend lectures about various and interesting topics Each lecture was 1h30. In a time where our attention span keeps decreasing, doing a presentation the length […]
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