What happens when Hollywood comes to a small town to make a movie? Audiences can find out in the tragicomedy “Stones in His Pockets,” which opened last week at TheatreSquared in Fayetteville. The production, written by Marie Jones, premiered in 1996 and won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy.Read More →

Tinayeishe Wakatama, RISING filmmaker and student at Millennial Academy School, is on cloud nine after winning the Judges’ Champion Award worth US$5,000 at the recent ConnectHER Film Festival at St Andrew’s Dell Fine Arts Center Austin, Texas in America. The festival is an international youth competition that showcases short filmsRead More →

“Director by Night” indicates that a major catalyst for Michael Giacchino’s passion for film began when they came to Los Angeles and visited Universal Studios Hollywood. In the 1980s, Universal Studios was more “movies in general” oriented and less concerned with massive worlds built around recognizable commercial products. Long beforeRead More →

The training course aims to provide basic knowledge on post-production, fundraising for independent documentary film projects, film distribution and submission of films to film festivals to independent documentary filmmakers. The program is co-hosted by the Film Talent Support and Development Center (TPD) and the US Embassy in Vietnam. The workshopRead More →

Controversial director John Waters returns to the world of cinema for the first time in nearly two decades with Liarmouth: a sentimental romance. There is no doubt that John Waters is a director who happily divides opinions. Extreme excesses of early films like Pink flamingos in 1972 until his lastRead More →

Bayonne has adopted a measure allowing the exemption of filming costs for students. City Council voted unanimously to pass an ordinance authorizing the changes at its August meeting after it was introduced in July. The ordinance amends the city’s general ordinances relating to licensing, registration and business regulations for filming.Read More →

“Rules Are Made To Be Broken” rings true to many artists and filmmakers. Although there are certain rules and standards that must be considered when producing a film, many filmmakers have challenged this and instead set their own rules. As filmmaking is art and is subjective, artists feel they canRead More →

Urban is from New Zealand, a country with a large film industry. During his childhood, Urban’s mother worked at a company that rented equipment such as cameras and lights to local filmmakers (his father, on the other hand, ran a leather goods store). Thanks to his mother’s career, Urban wasRead More →

Vista Foundation 48Hours – New Zealand’s biggest and biggest film competition – marks a milestone in 2022, celebrating its twentieth consecutive year. Vista Foundation 48Hours offers an easier entry point into filmmaking and a real creative and technical challenge for filmmakers. The 2022 Shooting Weekend will run from August 12-14Read More →

Williamsport, Pennsylvania – A local nonprofit startup and summer program is providing new opportunities for neurodiverse youth in the area. The newly formed organization, Inclusive Community Advocates (ICA), develops programs for neurodiverse youth during the period of “transitional adolescence”. “Because the (autism) spectrum is so broad, we have people involvedRead More →

Since the 1980s, few filmmakers have had such a acclaimed filmography as Peter Weir. We’re talking about movies like “Dead Poets Society,” “Green card,” “Witness,” “The Truman Show,” and more. In total, the filmmaker has earned six Academy Award nominations, including four for Best Director. (He’s receiving an honorary OscarRead More →

Want to impress your followers with great video content on the go? Then check out today’s recap. From gimbals to compact cameras, these gadgets create stunning images. Whether you’re shooting beach workout videos or a travel vlog in countries around the world, you need high-quality portable videography equipment. Luckily, that’sRead More →

The Coppola family, including Francis Ford Coppola, Sofia Coppola or Nicolas Cage have created a dynasty of filmmakers. It all started with the birth of Francis Ford Coppola on April 7, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan. The now infamous director, screenwriter and producer was interested in storytelling from an early age.Read More →

Young in years, but wise in words, filmmaker Michael Antonio Keane is a Cork character worth seeking out to discuss. The half-Spanish, half-Irish young man completed his Leaving Certificate this summer and is aiming for a few years of living, studying and working in the big smoke. “The pressure wasRead More →

Horace Ové has always been controversial. Widely considered a pioneer of black British history, Ové has spent his life sharing his unique perspective on the black experience in Britain. The Belmont-born filmmaker, photographer, painter and writer has built a prolific career in film and holds the Guinness World Record forRead More →

Sony Pictures Classics Filmmaker Woody Allen says he’s not very interested in making movies anymore, citing the rise of streaming and the death of movie theaters. Speaking to Alec Baldwin during an appearance on Instagram Live on Tuesday to promote his ‘Zero Gravity’ collection of comedicRead More →

For anyone interested in becoming a documentary filmmaker, Jennifer Tiexiera and Camilla Hall’s 90-minute documentary “Subject” should be mandatory. “Subject” explores the ethical responsibilities non-fiction filmmakers face when they decide to capture people, often the most vulnerable, thereby forever locking them into a moment that will live on through theRead More →

For his feature directorial debut, actor Mark O’Brien couldn’t have chosen a more important subject. “I’ve always been interested in stories of damnation and God and the devil and your soul because that’s what’s at stake,” he said in a Zoom interview. “There is nothing greater than that.” He notRead More →