Articles Tagged 10 to Watch

An illustration, by artist Rebecca Mullen, from the documentary, The Story of the Stuff. Illustration courtesy of Rebecca Mullen.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015: Ashley Maynor and Paul Harrill

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What happens to the tangible outpourings of grief and support – such as letters and teddy bears – that pour in during the aftermath of a tragedy like the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Connecticut? Director Ashley Maynor and producer Paul Harrill follow the trail of condolence items in their interactive documentary, The Story of the Stuff.

Tangerine, shot and co-produced by Radium Cheung. Courtesy Sundance Institute.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015: Radium Cheung

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Using cameras on mobile phones with some clever adaptations, cinematographer Radium Cheung brought his vast experience and unique sensibilities to Tangerine, the story of a transgendered prostitute in Los Angeles. The result is an eye-popping yet humanistic look at a hard world.

A still from Fort Bliss, directed by Claudia Myers. Courtesy of Claudia Myers.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015: Claudia Myers

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Director Claudia Myers takes on the story of a female army medic and mother in her powerful dramatic feature Fort Bliss, starring Michelle Monaghan. Writer Catherine Epstein delves into the challenges Myers faced in bringing such a complex narrative to the screen.

From Animals. (Courtesy of Mike Luciano.)

Extra: Finding Your Flock…er, Your Tribe

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Back in 2011, 10-to-Watch-2013 producer Katie Tibaldi was working on the TV series Are We There Yet when she met 10-to-Watch-2015 Mike Luciano. Starring Terry Crews in the Ice Cube role, the TV series filmed an amazing ninety episodes in one year in Stamford, Connecticut. The sheer number of episodes and the daily commute from… Read more »

Actress Eden Brolin as Dora in I Dream Too Much. Photo Courtesy of I Dream Too Much.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015: Katie Cokinos

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Katie Cokinos returns to Austin, the scene of her ad-hoc film school in the red hot ’90s, for the world premiere of her directorial debut, I Dream Too Much, which puts her on our 10 to Watch for 2015. The Independent’s Steven Abrams caught up with her at SXSW to talk about the transition from script to screen and how in film, too, directors must kill their darlings.

Photo by Yoppy.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2015

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Our 10 to Watch Filmmakers of 2015 all in one place! Every day for 10 straight days we’ll announce a new filmmaker to keep an eye on in the coming year. With the help of YOU plus industry colleagues, we’ve selected artists who are breaking new ground, either in their own career or in the form at large.