(L-R) Katherine Waterston as Katherine and Michael Shannon as Edward in the thriller “STATE LIKE SLEEP” a film by The Orchard. Photo courtesy of The Orchard. by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) Can we ever truly know the people that we love? This is one of the questions that Meredith Danluck explores in her new film State... Continue Reading →
This post originally appeared on Write/LA. We are positively thrilled to announce the three grand prize winners of the inaugural Write/LA screenwriting competition. These writers have all shown tremendous talent and dedication to their craft. As fate would have it, the three winners have written a half-hour pilot, an hour pilot, and a feature screenplay... Continue Reading →
Here are ten women to go visit (and as students of character, learn from) at your local theater this holiday season.
Use your imagination. Trust me, your lives are not interesting. Don't write them down.
Our primary function is to create an emotion and our second job is to sustain that emotion.
There are many talented people who haven't fulfilled their dreams because they over thought it, or they were too cautious, and were unwilling to make the leap of faith.
The words Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, which I saw on an Italian movie poster, are perhaps the briefest statement imaginable of the basic appeal of movies. This appeal is what attracts us, and ultimately what makes us despair when we begin to understand how seldom movies are more than this.
Film is the greatest educational medium the world has ever known.