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The Searchers (1956) A Turning of the Earth-Behind the Cameras

“A Turning of the Earth: John Ford, John Wayne, and The Searchers” (33:07) Written and directed by Nick Redman, this portrait is narrated by Patrick Wayne and others, including Milius again, Pippa Scott (who plays the oldest Edwards daughter), Lana Wood, and the words of Harry Carey, Jr., voiced by Peter Rainer. Its most precious Read MoreRead More

The Double: Duplicating Jesse Eisenberg In A Dystopian World

An exclusive look at the making of The Double, from the creation of Jesse Eisenberg’s doppelgänger to the sci-fi film within a film. Go behind the scenes with director Richard Ayoade (Submarine) and VFX powerhouse Framestore in our documentary above.Read More

Pixar Cofounder Ed Catmull on Failure and Why Fostering a Fearless Culture Is the Key to Groundbreaking Creative Work

Why the greatest enemy of creative success is the attempt to fortify against failure. “Make New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before,” Neil Gaiman urged in his commencement-address-turned-manifesto-for-the-creative life. “The chief trick to making good mistakes is not to hide them — especially not from yourself,” philosopher Daniel Dennett asserted Read MoreRead More

How to Prepare Gear for Massive Video Shoots Abroad

Udi Tirosh shares some things he’s learned about gear prep when shooting in a foreign country. One of the biggest challenges with any creative production is gear management. At the start of my time as a creative, I don’t know how many times I have arrived at a location and realized a crucial part of Read MoreRead More

House of Cards’ Beau Willimon Talks About How the Hit Show Came to Be

Before Beau Willimon created the American version of House of Cards, Web TV (not including YouTube) was largely made up of network program outtakes—or worse, discards. But the writer behind the Netflix series as well as the Broadway play Farragut North (later adapted into George Clooney’s Ides of March) disrupted that notion. In its first Read MoreRead More

Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, failure and the drive to keep creating

Elizabeth Gilbert was once an “unpublished diner waitress,” devastated by rejection letters. And yet, in the wake of the success of ‘Eat, Pray, Love,’ she found herself identifying strongly with her former self. With beautiful insight, Gilbert reflects on why success can be as disorienting as failure and offers a simple — though hard — Read MoreRead More

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