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McG’s Six Golden Rules of Moviemaking

Here are six bits of wisdom from Joseph McGinty Nichol, better known as McG, is the writer-director-producer behind some of this generation’s most popular franchises such as Supernatural, The O.C., and Chuck. 1. Make sure the actors know what they are signing up for. At the end of the day, they are the ones in front of Read MoreRead More

Louis C.K.’s Motivating Anxiety

Louis C.K. recently released his first film “Tomorrow Night” – his first feature length film shot in 1998. Andrew Marantz profiles the popular comedian and how this film fits insides C.K’s biography. More than most comedians, Louis C.K. resists the impulse to please. He has acquired a lot of new fans in the past few years, Read MoreRead More

The Wild Imagination of David O. Russell: ‘I’m an ADD Guy’

Forty-eight hours in the roller-coaster life of the writer-director whom Jennifer Lawrence describes as “pure creativity.” David O. Russell digs into a large canvas tote bag, yanking out books, CDs, notepads and pens, straining the seams of his black three-piece suit (one of five identical J.Crew suits he wears each day). There are DVDs of Read MoreRead More

An interview with the Director of the RoboCop Reboot – José Padilha

José Padilha is not the director you’d think of first for a RoboCop remake. But then you keep thinking and it makes perfect sense. His impact has been massive in Brazil, making films (Bus 174, Elite Squad, Elite Squad 2) that deal with police working on the dark side of the law. He has shown Read MoreRead More

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