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Spirit Awards Nominations Announced

By Staff

Film Independent announced nominations for the 2016 Spirit Awards this morning. Film Independent president Josh Welsh presided over the press conference held at W Hollywood, with actors John Boyega and Elizabeth Olsen presenting the nominations. »

Jay Roach Tells A Parable Of Our Time With Trumbo

By Mary Ann Skweres

Set over a multi-year period starting in 1947, Trumbo explores the effects of that era’s communist witch-hunt on the life of Dalton Trumbo (Bryan Cranston), Hollywood's top screenwriter, after he and other writers are blacklisted for their political beliefs. The film reveals how Trumbo used his talents and humor to expose the injustices of... »

Below the Line Screening Series Presents: Son of Saul

By Jack Egan

The Below the Line Screening Series featured Son of Saul at the Museum of Tolerance Peltz Theater, Nov. 11. Following the movie, a panel discussion and Q&A was held. It featured Hungarian director-screenwriter László Nemes, lead actor Géza Röhrig (Saul), and cinematographer Mátyás Erdély. The moderator was Hillary Helstein, executive director of the Los... »

Scott Cooper Conjures Whitey Bulger in Black Mass

By Scott Essman

In recreating the world of career criminal Whitey Bulger for his new film Black Mass, director Scott Cooper knew that every aspect of the film had to ring true onscreen. »

Director Ramin Bahrani Builds Real Life Drama in 99 Homes

By Mary Ann Skweres

Drawing upon the recent foreclosure crisis for inspiration, writer/director Ramin Bahrani tells the story of a laid-off construction worker (Andrew Garfield, The Amazing Spiderman) who loses his home to an unscrupulous real estate broker (Michael ShannonRevolutionary Road). »

Video of the Day: Bridge of Spies Featurette

By Staff

Tom Hanks talks about his role in the new film Bridge Of Spies, directed by Steven Spielberg, in this new featurette released by Disney. »

DP John Seale Takes Codex into the Namibian Desert for Mad Max: Fury Road

By Staff

Mad Max: Fury Road is the fourth installment in writer/director George Miller’s post-apocalyptic action franchise. It is also the first digital film for cinematographer John Seale, whose career spans more than 30 years and such iconic titles as Mosquito Coast, Witness, Dead Poets Society and Rain Man. Facing inhospitable conditions, intense action scenes... »

JL Pomeroy Looks Back at 40 Years of SNL in Live from New York!

By Scott Essman

For 40 years, NBC’s Saturday Night Live has been an institution of comedic genius, producing American popular culture’s most memorable comedy characters and sketches while creating a host of monumental stars in its wake, many of whom have gone onto iconic careers on their own television series and feature films. »

The Sound of Jurassic World

By Michael Coleman

In this exclusive profile SoundWorks Collection talks with sound designer and re-recording mixer Pete Horner and supervising sound editor/sound designer Al Nelson from Skywalker Sound about their work on Jurassic World. »

Christopher Townsend and Colleagues on Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Mark London Williams

“He made fantastic work, conducting every vendor like parts of an orchestra.” That was the observation of Alessandro Cioffi, the visual effects supervisor for Munich-based Trixter Film on his latest collaboration with VFX supervisor Christopher Townsend on Avengers: Age of Ultron. »