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Martin Scorsese on Improvising with Leonardo DiCaprio & His Influences from Childhood

Martin Scorsese opens up about his work and life in the Q&A session after a screening of his latest The Wolf of Wall Street. The New York born and raised Scorsese has cemented his legendary status with each passing film he’s directed (a whopping 25 in total) beginning with his career-making Mean Streets in 1973 starring his future Read MoreRead More

20 Brilliant Filmmakers on Why They Make Movies

Jason Bailey collects quotes from 20 legendary filmmakers on why they continue to work in film. Martin Scorsese “I have a desire to tell stories. And I’m never quite satisfied.” “Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things. They take us to other places, they open doors and minds. Read MoreRead More

News Team Re-Assemble: Adam McKay Talks ANCHORMAN 2

Devin Feraci chats with one of the best comedy directors in the world about sequels, journalism and the cult of ANCHORMAN. Comedy sequels almost always suck. Historically, it’s a terrible track record. I think that’s true. Believe me, we talked about it before we went into it. It’s a slaughterhouse when you try going down Read MoreRead More

Guillermo del Toro | 30 Years of Filmmaking Genius

Jeff Rivera interviews the filmmaking auteur  Guillermo del Toro about his career and his book  Cabinet of Curiosities. They called him weird, they called him crazy, but today they call Oscar-nominated director Guillermo del Toro a genius. After over 30 years in the business, del Toro has solidified himself a place in Hollywood history. His films such as Pan’s Read MoreRead More

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