Todd Longwell reports on unsolicited screenplays and the new screenplay consulting services.
In these notes towards a digital cinema, producer and director Jason Kliot argues that true auteurism is linked to the success of the DV revolution.
LET THERE BE LIGHT
Does shooting DV mean you don’t need lights? Marty Veselich finds out.
HOLLYWOOD OR BUST
Burgen Swanson dares to ask the question, “What if your producer goes bankrupt?”
Whereas a digital audio track was once considered a luxury for independent film, now it is increasingly becoming the standard. Martin Südderman reports.
Production designer Richard Hoover explains the complex conceptual collaboration that went into designing Mark Pellington’s new feature, The Mothman Prophecies.
Mary Glucksman examines the theatrical fortunes of Sundance’s Class of 2001.
The Work of Matt McCormick.
Peggy Ahwesh and Bobby Abate’s Certain Women.
Fernanda Rossi, the Docu Doctor.
Eammon Bowles’s new company, Magnolia Pictures.
THE BEAST WITHIN
Rick Castro’s Plushies and Furries.
BAND ON THE RUN
Sam Jones’s I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
Craig Singer’s A Good Night to Die.
Tsai Ming-liang’s What Time Is It There?
NOT IN MY LIVING ROOM
Taschen’s The Christy Report.
ON A ROLL
James Dale Robinson’s Comic Book Villians.
THE SHORT LIST
The best new short films.