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When Production On A Feature Film Stops, It Doesn’t Mean It Won’t Get Finished by Benjamin Walter of PINK ZONE

(Watch the video interview here)

When Production On A Feature Film Stops, It Doesn’t Mean It Won’t Get Finished by Benjamin Walter of the 80’s inspired PINK ZONE. 45 more words

Directing

Kon, Zhou & Williams

Kon, Zhou & Williams—sounds like an international law firm, right?

If you enjoy the world of filmmaking and are unfamiliar with Satoshi Kon and Tony Zhou… 187 more words

Screenwriting

Law school, actor. Actor, law school.

In preparation for this week’s class, I had the students read and analyze a motion picture screenplay entitled Rescuing the Hamiltons. Truth be told, the assignment was long and intense, but it’s a dynamite script, and it set them up for two hypothetical production meetings. 344 more words

Film

Horror-Writers.net: Interview with Steven DeGennaro

Interview from Horror-Writers.net

By: Christopher Maynard, September 2, 2014

Horror-Writers.net (HW): Your film First Date is a comedy but it certainly has horrific moments. Will your latest project –  1,149 more words

Industry News

hollywood's new talent pool

More often than not, it seems like when Hollywood announces their next big blockbuster, it’s either rehash of a franchise that has long since run out of steam, or a reboot of a series that isn’t really called for, or a remake of a movie that nobody really liked the first time around, because chances are if you do it a second time, it’ll go over better… 680 more words

VIFF Industry Conference: Totally Indie Day


A standing-room only event for the past 9 years, Totally Indie Day is a series of sessions designed for (but not limited to) emerging writers, directors, and producers of film, television, and digital media. 657 more words

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