In 2014, when Belmaya Nepali started training in documentary filmmaking, she could feel her confidence steadily increasing. Introverted and reserved by nature, Nepali was able to express his feelings more candidly than before after receiving training from an institution based in Pokhara. “This one-and-a-half-year training has changed my life. NotRead More →

CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) Jonas Pate, co-creator of the hit Netflix series ‘Outer Banks’ spoke at the Charleston Library Society on Thursday, sharing what inspired the story and offering advice to aspiring filmmakers. The teen adventure drama premiered on April 15, 2020, at the height of the pandemic and immediately tookRead More →

Director Denis Villeneuve finds a way to marry the big and the small, the political and the personal, the spectacle with a film that also says something about our present. The French language The first thing we can notice about Denis Villeneuve Dune that’s how it all looks huge inRead More →

Ryan reynolds Jason Mendez / WireImage Ryan reynolds Ryan Reynolds is ready to enjoy a well-deserved break. The Golden Globe nominee, 44, announced he was taking ‘a little sabbatical’ from films on Saturday as he posted behind-the-scenes photos from his upcoming holiday Apple TV + Fiery, in which he starsRead More →

To call The flamboyant world an ambitious endeavor for Carlson Young would be an understatement, as the surreal adventure saw Young fulfilling a triple duty, having acted, directed and co-wrote the mixture of horror and fantasy. With an audience probably more familiar with her work as an actress, having starredRead More →

In a few weeks, Dune will finally be released in theaters in North America. Director-screenwriter Denis Villeneuve knows how lucky he is to adapt Frank Herbert’s sci-fi epic, mainly because he didn’t think he would still be a director afterwards. Blade Runner 2049. During an episode of MTV’s “Happy SadRead More →

BRITNEY Spears has declared herself a “caged animal” after revealing her cinematic aspirations to “run things on her own”. The 39-year-old has big plans amid her freedom of guardianship. 5 Britney admitted she felt like a “caged animal”Credit: Instagram 5 The singer shared her cinematic aspirations to “run things herself”Credit:Read More →

All products and services presented by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire publishers. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Digital cinema has mostly resigned itself to the digital SLR, until digital REDRead More →

BAIKONUR / Kazakhstan /, October 5. / TASS /. The Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft carrying three people reached the International Space Station using a two-orbital scheme. The spacecraft docked with the Rassvet module, according to the livestream on the Roscosmos website. The spacecraft’s crew includes Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov, as wellRead More →

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has partnered with nonprofit FilmAid for a series of conversations and masterclasses on the art of filmmaking. Double Academy x FilmAid: Guest Artist Series, the initiative recruits Academy members for sessions designed to provide information on a variety of cinematic topics suchRead More →

After a limited theatrical release, Jake Gyllenhaal’s gritty crime thriller the guilty arrives on Netflix on October 1, 2021. Prior to the streaming release, the Somnambulist The star has revealed the advice her father gave her as a filmmaker. Additionally, Gyllenhaal explained why he had yet to direct a movie.Read More →

The course titled ON THE REEL Film Lab aims to provide basic knowledge to help young filmmakers develop short film projects, find a suitable production route and orient themselves towards a career as a filmmaker. Participants over the age of 18 include a screenwriter, director, producer with experience in directingRead More →

All products and services presented by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire publishers. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Ask any festival programmer what’s the fastest way to get your movie rejected,Read More →

Los Angeles-In the late 90s, actor, filmmaker and activist Edward James Olmos co-founded the Los Angeles Latin American International Film Festival. “I have been very fortunate to work in schools, libraries, community centers, hospitals and youth detention centers,” said Ormos, who has been deeply committed to reaching young learners forRead More →

The big screen industry is in a grim state after 19 months of a global pandemic and the streaming revolution, but Elevation Pictures co-chair Noah Segal is somehow still upbeat. His Toronto-based film production and distribution company managed to have a 2020 bofo, releasing 35 films – not far fromRead More →

In a cinematic landscape where everything is a franchise, it’s infuriating that we’re not yet on our fifth or sixth Easy Rawlins movie. 1995 director Carl Franklin’s mysteriously underrated “Devil in the Blue Dress” stars Denzel Washington as the private eye of Walter Mosley’s marvelous detective novels, slyly avoiding corruptRead More →

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Apple on Friday presented a “hashflag” on Twitter to promote the movie-making capabilities of its new iPhone 13 series, a range of features made possible through improved hardware and software enhancements. The rather verbose “HollywoodInYourPocket” hashflag debuted in a promotion Friday Tweeter from Apple’s official account, which means it’s notRead More →

LOS ANGELES, CA, United States, September 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – While underachievers do exist, the idea of ​​overtaking is just a pipe dream; a myth that many have come to terms with for several personal reasons. Whereas indeed, the idea of ​​overperformance is the reality of someone’s underperformance and theRead More →

Los Angeles-In the late 90s, actor, filmmaker and activist Edward James Olmos co-founded the Los Angeles Latin American International Film Festival. “I have been very fortunate to work in schools, libraries, community centers, hospitals and youth detention centers,” said Ormos, who has been deeply committed to reaching young learners forRead More →

Apple really wants you to believe that its iPhone can replace a movie camera. As expected, the ubiquitous ProRes codec has been implemented in the new iPhone 13 Pro, with ultra-advanced cinematic mode. Celebrity cinematographer Greig Fraser, ACS, ASC, as well as award-winning director Kathryn Ann Bigelow say this newRead More →

It takes more than just software to edit a movie. All products and services presented by IndieWire are independently selected by IndieWire publishers. However, IndieWire may receive a commission on orders placed through its retail links, and the retailer may receive certain verifiable data for accounting purposes. Almost any successfulRead More →

The Venice Film Festival took a break from its angsty lineup with Saturday’s premiere of “Official Competition,” a behind-the-scenes Argentinian satire on filmmaking that made audiences laugh out loud. In it, an 80-year-old billionaire businessman in search of social prestige decides to make a film to leave his mark. ToRead More →

Finally, a very long time ago, a new adaptation of Dune arrived on our planet. Director Denis Villeneuve’s highly anticipated film, based on Frank Herbert’s beloved 1965 novel, premiered Friday at the Venice International Film Festival, and was finally screened in front of an audience after the coronavirus pandemic delayedRead More →

Dark shadows weave their way through the red rocks of Moab, the only light coming from the waxing moon. The dry grasses huddle together, sounding like footsteps. Wait, footsteps? You check behind your back, but there is nothing. Wait, do the rocks make shadows that look like this? Wait, doRead More →

Dr Shawn Kildea, Chairman of the Film and Television Department, wants to bring more productions like this to Rider. “Our department is fully committed to providing our students with more engaged learning opportunities such as Star Watcher project, ”he says.“ We will be working aggressively to bring professional film andRead More →

By Shane Carley On August 14, the independent sci-fi steampunk feature “Secret Within the Sphere” premiered in Gettysburg, R / C Gateway Theater 8. The film was shot and produced in central Pennsylvania, and the main actors are Lancaster (Sugey Cruz, Alex Rudegeair and Jeremy Good), Reading (Josh Spudeno) andRead More →

When asked in writing if she could discuss the plight of Afghan filmmakers after the Taliban regained power last weekend, Diana Saqeb Jamal succinctly declines. “My only thought is we’re screwed. Sorry.” The director, whose short film “Roqaia” (photo) was featured in the Horizons 2019 section of Venice, has beenRead More →

A growing number of film festivals are attracting the attention of filmmakers in northwest Arkansas and could create more jobs supporting the state’s creative economy, organizers say. “What’s so interesting about cinema is that it’s not just an art, it’s business, it’s economic development, it’s tourism,” said Kathryn Tucker, DirectorRead More →