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15 things we learn from Mani Ratnam

This name requires no introduction. The living legend is a great teacher for budding filmmakers like us. In many public platforms he clarified the doubts of students on his films and filmmaking styles. 316 more words


little alaska? big alaska!

Even though I finished with Little Alaska in December 2014, sometimes I think about creating Little Alaska on a bigger scale…a Big Alaska, if you will. 255 more words


Oscar-Winner Ang Lee Visits Hometown

Ang Lee (right) spoke with Michael DiGennaro, who taught Lee’s sons, in MHS’s McClain Auditorium.

By Steven Rome

Ang Lee has always been an outsider. Born in Taiwan to parents who had escaped from China, he was a shy, unremarkable student who often found his mind wandering in class. 1,299 more words


A few days ago we were shooting Abiodun Oyewole of The Last Poets for our documentary Harlem’s Last Poet… We spoke about Abiodun’s writing process… Here’s a few Instagram photos from the shoot… … 11 more words

The expressionless

“The expressionless” Michael Gallagher, based on an urban legend of the same name created by Tom Lever (Creepy Pasta), is short but horrifying and breathtaking. Brutally well filmed, it shows in a few minutes on state of the art terror. 48 more words


The Road To Sundance!

Hey guys and gals welcome to the first day of this journey into Sundace! You’re probably asking yourself who am i and why do i want to go to Sundance? 39 more words


Meet Our Actors! - The Comedic Minds Behind 'Grocery Store Action Movie'

Peter n’ Chris (Peter Carlone and Chris Wilson) are a 3 time Canadian Comedy Award winning sketch troupe from Vancouver BC (Best Sketch Troupe and Best Comedic Play 2013/2014). 176 more words