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Daniel Lombroso: Profile of a D.C. Filmmaker

Mike Sullivan profiles Washington D.C. Filmmaker Daniel Lombroso on his path toward becoming a documentarian. Lombroso recounts the making of several documentaries including 2014’s Mountain of Servants and his most recent film, Church Militant: A Right Wing Empire in the Making. Lombroso is an Associate Video Producer for Atlantic Studios, the video division of The Atlantic magazine.

Harry Assouline on the Award Winning, Futuristic Sci-Fi Thriller New York 2150

Writer, Director, and Producer Harry Assouline talks with The Independent about his award-winning, sci-fi thriller New York 2150. The film stars Kalen J. Hall as intergalactic bounty hunter Jaydon Jaxon, who partners with Mac Cole (Marcus Brandon) to apprehend a psycho-killer. Together the two face a variety of haunts, surreal and actual, in the futuristic terror-world of New Manhattan. 

How To Utilize A Painful Past in Creating a Successful Film

Screenwriter Mark Renshaw discusses his personal investment and creative process in the  2016 award-winning short drama Surrender, directed by Christopher Carson Emmons. The film centers on the inner life of a struggling alcoholic, played by Aram Hekinian. Surrender is Renshaw’s second film.

Zoe Kazan as "Emily" and Kumail Nanjiani as "Kumail" in THE BIG SICK. Photo by Nicole Rivelli.

Kumail Nanjiani Explores Immigrant Identity in The Big Sick

Critic Evan Crean interviews Comedian Kumail Nanjiani on his new romantic comedy The Big Sick.


10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2017

We update our 10 to Watch Filmmakers of 2017 list every day for 10 days as we announce each filmmaker. With reader recommendations and industry colleagues, 10 to watch identifies artists who are breaking new ground, either in their own career or in the form at large.