Articles Tagged Making Films

Linklater’s 12+ Year Gamble on “Boyhood” Pays Off

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With Boyhood, “Richard Linklater, already one of America’s most persistently inventive independent filmmakers, has made movie history with the longest real-time dramatic memoir,” writes senior critic Kurt Brokaw. Read his mostly admiring review here.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014: Marie-Emmanuelle Hartness

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With her short film <i>After Ella</i>, Marie-Emmanuelle Hartness turned the heads of Cannes’ programming committee. In fact, she’s at the notable fest this minute! Her expertise ranges from acting to directing to producing to writing and her film achievements span fact and fiction. Learn more about why she’s a spectacular choice for 10 to Watch in 2014.

10 Filmmakers to Watch in 2014: Effie T. Brown

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Producer Effie T. Brown has high hopes for the satire she produced, <em>Dear White People</em>, as it makes the rounds on the festival circuit and preps for an October theatrical release. Check out why she’s on our 10 to Watch list this year.

Tribeca 2014: Interactive’s Audience Now Has an Audience

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From playing the giant piano inspired by <i>Big</i> to starting to fan stalk other media fans, Tribeca’s cutting edge Innovation Week brought all things transmedia (and more) to the forefront of the conversation, and better yet, to the hands-on Interactive Playground. Senior producer Maddy Kadish was on the scene.

Cinematic Lessons From a Cold War Era

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Kurt Brokaw matches Thom Andersen and Noël Burch’s tour de force of clips in their 1995 documentary <i>Red Hollywood</i> with a likewise ambitious recap of those clips. Film students take note, thanks to McCarthy, you haven’t seen everything yet, but this doc will help you get there. Screening at Film Society of Lincoln Center August 15-21, 2014.

Do You Know Where Your Film and Video Masters Are?

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Editor’s Note: We are posting this email message from Sandra Schulberg at her request as a courtesy to our readers who share concerns over preserving and archiving independent films. We plan to follow this project and report more formally about its status in the future. Begin message: As some of you know, I’ve become passionate… Read more »