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FOREIGN FILM FRIDAY!!!

TROLLHUNTER (2010)

Shot in a handheld vérité style and set against the deceivingly pretty backdrops of the wild fog-draped fjords of the north, Trollhunter chronicles the experience of a trio of film students making a documentary about bear attacks stumble on a well-armed poacher, who soon reveals that his actual prey are things far bigger and far more lethal. 269 more words

FOREIGN FILM FRIDAY!!!

DEAD SNOW (2009)

I must confess that this little horror-comedy about Nazi zombies does hold a sentimental place in my heart, simply by virtue of the fact that it was the first foreign language film I ever saw. 199 more words

FOREIGN FILM FRIDAY!!!

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (2008)

Based on John Ajvide Lindqvist’s bestselling novel, Let the Right One In is a strange and surprisingly sweet film that recalls the celebrated works of Stephen King. 228 more words

One Year from Team Okinawa Film Production

It has been a year since my filmmaking trip with a team of global filmmakers to Kohama Island in Yaeyama Islands. Team Okinawa went to the island to document a story of the 94-year-old grannie, who overcame depression through dancing. 52 more words

Film/video

Bill Duke on Acting - A Masterclass

Bill Duke Acting Masterclass: The director doesn’t hire you to act like that person. The director hires you to become that person.

Are the most talented actors the ones who make it in Hollywood? 224 more words

Filmmaking

Female Blockbuster Scribes Team Up to Launch Production Company to “Open Doors”

There are finally a handful of films by and about women in the superhero pipeline, and a team of writers are working to ensure that more are on the way. 134 more words

Guest Contributor

Interview With Up-and-Coming Genre Writer/Director Melody Cooper

Meet Melody Cooper, multiple ScreenCraft Finalist. She placed in the 2018 ScreenCraft Screenwriting Fellowship, the 2017 Fall ScreenCraft Film Fund and 2016 ScreenCraft Horror Screenplay Competition. 340 more words

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