“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” is, by all means, a decent movie that just happens to falter in places when compared to its predecessor. One of the features that made the first ‘Black Panther’ (2018) stands out for its freedom from having to weave its core story into the Marvel CinematicRead More →

Rao Meka founded shopVox – the first cloud-based software for the graphics industry – in 2009. Since then he has joined the advisory board of LegionM, become vice president of marketing for MovieMaker and learned to establish himself as a producer. In our new feature, Engineering Hollywood, he uses hisRead More →

There are three things in life you can’t escape: death, taxes and a James Bond movie every ten years. Ian Fleming’s efforts to create a character like Bond resulted in a hit series based on the character beloved by all action movie fans. But the series still hasn’t addressed thisRead More →

FILM CRITIC ‘AMSTERDAM’ Rated R. In AMC Boston Common, Regal Fenway, AMC South Bay and suburban theaters. Class C+ An occasionally funny, beautifully edited period mystery, and relevant social satire from one of the country’s top filmmakers, “Amsterdam” is dead on arrival for a number of reasons. Chief among themRead More →

Both Spielberg and King rose to prominence in the 1970s. According to Entertainment Weekly, King’s novel “Carrie” was published on April 5, 1974, the same day Spielberg’s first feature film, “The Sugarland Express” was released. “. Spielberg made a name for himself as a horror director with the subsequent releaseRead More →

This year’s crop of original scripts includes more international filmmakers and deeply personal projects from former Oscar winners. This article contains the IndieWire prelims Best Original Screenplay forecast for 2023 Oscars. We regularly update our predictions throughout awards season and repost previous versions (like this one) so readers can keepRead More →

Director Ajay Gnanamuthu took to Instagram to react to criticism of his recently released film, Cobra. The film received negative reviews from critics and audiences. Director Ajay Gnanamuthu responds to criticism over Chiyaan Vikram’s confusing Cobra script. STRONG POINTS Chiyaan Vikram’s Cobra hit theaters on August 31. The film receivedRead More →

After delivering four consecutive disasters – “Bell Bottom”, “Bachchan Paandey”, “Samrat Prithviraj” and “Raksha Bandhan” – at the box office, Akshay Kumar has decided to release his next film “Cuttputlli” directly on the OTT platform. Official remake of ‘Ratsasan’, a Tamil film released in 2018, ‘Cuttputlli’ is certainly better thanRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: Mammoth Pictures has announced the return of its Mammoth Pictures screenplay competition, for the first time since the outbreak of the Covid pandemic. Mammoth seeks with its competition to discover and support emerging writers, especially those from underrepresented backgrounds. The competition is unique in that the Grand Prize-winning screenwriterRead More →

The following was originally published in the France-Observer on July 31, 1958, and was translated into English by Nicholas Elliott for Film Forum’s RESNAIS 100a retrospective of 22 films in commemoration of the director’s centenary (until August 25). * The script for Alain Resnais’ next film, which is called HiroshimaRead More →

Hoping to turn a negative into a positive, Noel Clarke uses his actual “cancellation” as inspiration for a storyline. In 2021, multiple misconduct allegations were made against Clarke, with major consequences for her career. BAFTA suspended his membership and withdrew the actor’s award for outstanding achievement in British cinema. ItRead More →

Who is Shalini Ushadevi? Screenwriter and filmmaker Shalini Ushadevi has won her first National Film Award for Best Original Screenplay for the Tamil film Soorarai Pottruwhich she co-wrote with Sudha Kongara, the film’s director. Soorarai Pottru tells the story of an air force pilot named Nedumaaran, also known as MaaraRead More →

Film: Ramarao on dutyRating: 2/5Cast: Ravi Teja, Divyansha Kaushik, Rajisha Vijayan, Venu ThottempudiDirector: Sarath MandavaProduced by: SLV Cinemas & RT TeamworksRelease date: July 29, 2022 After the Khiladi debacle, Ravi Teja decided to shift his focus from regular commercial artists to content-driven movies. Ramarao On Duty is one of thoseRead More →

CUMBERLAND — A local filmmaker-turned-author has turned his award-winning, undeveloped film script into his debut novel — Miss Diagnosis. Longtime Cumberland resident filmmaker and writer Derek Dubois released his approximately 300-page debut novel this spring. In Miss Diagnosis, Kate White is a young medical student from Boston who is barelyRead More →

Luckily, the camera doesn’t move like it’s attached to a roller coaster. But ‘Yaanai’ is tedious with outdated elements. Luckily, the camera doesn’t move like it’s attached to a roller coaster. But ‘Yaanai’ is tedious with outdated elements. Among the things that worked for Hari, as he continued to deliverRead More →

For all sports movie enthusiasts, Disney+ is bringing the highly anticipated sports movie “Rise” to the screens. The typical story of sports movies is usually not just the sports but also their entire journey, which always attracts fans to watch it. The screenplay was written by renowned Hollywood screenwriter ArashRead More →

Sony Pictures Classics new movie The Phantom of the Open hits theaters in June and tells the true story of Maurice Flitcroft, a licensed crane operator who, at the age of 46, made his way to the British Open in 1976 without having played a round of golf from hisRead More →

Screenwriter Tony Spiridakis during a Manhattan Film Institute session at Brecknock Hall in Greenport. (Courtesy picture) While leading the Manhattan Film Institute in Greenport this summer, screenwriter Tony Spiridakis will prepare a new film to begin filming this fall starring Bobby Cannavale and Robert De Niro. The Greenport resident pennedRead More →

Jasper, Indiana—In 94 action-packed pages, Kevin Schewe bad love tigers won the award for BEST SHORT SCENARIO at the Silver Mask Festival in Los Angeles, California. The bad love tigers The screenplay was just released on the international screenplay circuit at the end of February 2022 and has already wonRead More →

Set in a turbulent phase of Northern Ireland’s history, Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast sets up black-and-white coming-of-age vibes. The panoramic montage of modern Belfast from the start provides a fascinating contrast to the film that follows. The brief sequence is among several that Kenneth Branagh shot in color for his black-and-whiteRead More →

Saurabh M Pandey is the research director of Vivek Agnihotri’s cinematic marvel, The Kashmir Files. Previously, the screenwriter collaborated with the filmmaker for The Tashkent Files. Saurabh also worked as the lead screenwriter for Sharman Joshi, Raju Kher and Asrani’s starring 2021 film Babloo Baher. He is currently awaiting theRead More →

Jasper, Indiana—by Kevin Schewe bad love tigers won the BETTER FILM SCENARIO at Southern Arts Academy and Film Festival in Chile. The bad love tigers The screenplay was just released on the international screenplay circuit at the end of February 2022 and has already won 36 international awards. It’s aRead More →

Jasper, Indiana—by Kevin Schewe bad love tigers won the PRIZE FOR BEST SCI-FI SCENARIO at BRNO Film Festival in the Czech Republic. The bad love tigers The screenplay was just released on the international screenplay circuit at the end of February 2022 and has already won 34 international awards. It’sRead More →

Saurabh M Pandey worked as head of research and screenwriter for Vivek Agnihotri’s blockbuster The Kashmir Files. The writer is now set to collaborate with renowned directors Abbas-Mustan for their next action thriller. In a chat with News18.com, Saurabh shared details of the upcoming project and how it wasn’t hardRead More →