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No Poster is Better than an Amateur Poster: Five Takeaways from the IFP Narrative Lab

Kids Go Free to Fun Fun Time

My first feature film, Kids Go Free to Fun Fun Time, is a drama/romance that takes place in three different countries, showing how a couple’s relationship evolves over the course of a decade. I have been working on this film for…  Read more

By Jan 17, 2018

Time’s Up for the War on Stories

The Rainbow Experiment

Christina Kallas, writer-director of multi-protagonist feature films 42 Seconds of Happiness and The Rainbow Experiment, which will have its world premiere at Slamdance on Saturday, January 20, takes a look at the current shift in storytelling and shares her thoughts…  Read more

By Jan 17, 2018

NYFCC Awards and an Alternate Top 10 of 2017

Kyle MacLachlan in Twin Peaks

Attending the New York Film Critics Circle awards dinner when you’re a) not a NYFCC member b) have no interest in awards season is an interesting proposition. Theoretically awards season spans just half a year, kicking off with the Telluride…  Read more

By Jan 9, 2018

The 50 Most Anticipated American Films of 2018

Madeline's Madeline

Last year I put together a list of my 50 most anticipated American films of 2017, and this year the fine folks at Filmmaker invited me back for a new edition. Before we get started, I’ll share some quick notes…  Read more

By Jan 9, 2018


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