James V. Hart has worked with many of the greats — from Coppola to Spielberg. We sat down to talk about his journey and some of the ...
No (good) script exists in a vacuum. Giving and receiving feedback is essential for successful screenwriters. So what's the best way to go about it?
She's been in everything from Bon Jovi's "Runaway" to Star Trek: The Next Generation. Now Jennifer Gatti is back in Vice Principals.
From her first role to today, Julie Benz has played a number of unforgettable characters. We sat down to talk shop and get some insight.
Creating content is more democratic than ever, but it also presents new challenges. So how do you get your project seen in such a crowded field?
Norman Steinberg has worked on some of your favorite projects with some of your favorite people. We sat down with him recently to talk some shop.
From working beside Dick Van Dyke to animating The Flash, Charlie Schlatter tells us how he learned to let it all go and finally find his voice.
If you think you need to be in New York or Los Angeles to have a career, filmmaker Justina Walford is here to tell you otherwise.
From voice acting, to directing, to learning to love your work even on the bad days, America Young is here to tell you how it’s done. In ...
We sat down with actor Amy Stewart to discuss how you can stay creative and continue supporting yourself in between industry gigs.
We talked to filmmaker-turned-comic-book-writer David Avallone about what filmmakers can learn from the comic book industry.
In this industry interview, we go behind the scenes with Steve Hibbert on Pulp Fiction's Most Famous Small Role: The Gimp.
For this interview, we sat down with a diverse group of horror actors to find out everything we didn't know about horror film production.
From Jurassic Park to Dietland, the films that producer Bonnie Curtis has worked on have yielded valuable lessons. We talk about what she's learned.
We sat down with Nathan Barr for a conversation about composing sound tracks for films — and how a composer fits into the overall production crew.
We spoke with the creator of The Film Collaborative about how filmmakers can retain their rights and get their films seen.
In this article, we round up some tips from the filmmakers below the line on how you can set them up for success in your next film ...
Location is everything in filmmaking, so knowing how to manage the "where" at the heart of your project is as important as the "what" or "when."
The long take is a complicated shot, and lighting one is no simple task. However, today's low light cameras are solving the problem.
The close-up shot is a director's secret weapon, but it requires technical know-how and narrative timing. Here's what you need to know.