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Beyond Bechdel: Testing Feminism in Film

July 9, 2014
RICHARD LINKLATER SLACKER

Dig deeper than ‘pass’ or ‘fail’ when it comes to the Bechdel Test, and you’ll find there’s a lot to learn.

My Five Favorite Americas in Hal Hartley’s MY AMERICA

July 4, 2014
MY AMERICA

Taking a close look at MY AMERICA’S panoramic landscape of contradictions.

Video Transformers in the Expanded Field

June 30, 2014
TRANSFORMERS: THE PREMAKE

The unprecedented role of the amateur in a film’s life cycle may radically transform the operations of the movie industry.

Playing Cinema with Lori Felker

June 26, 2014
THIS IS MY SHOW

As Lori says, ‘You may never find an answer, because playing is the best part.’

From Herzog’s AGUIRRE to Amazon Cinema Today

June 9, 2014
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD

One of the World Cup’s host cities, Manaus is also home to the Amazonas Film Festival.

Hope for Film: What New Filmmakers Need to Know

June 8, 2014
EBERTFEST

Beyond the auteur: Ted Hope advises filmmakers to be prolific, ubiquitous and radically collaborative.

Hope for Film: Why Diversity Matters in Filmmaking

June 4, 2014
VANESSA HOPE

‘Most women and minorities who aren’t already established in the business are struggling to find their audience,’ says Vanessa Hope.

Hope for Film: Lessons from Ang Lee’s Career

June 1, 2014

Ang Lee’s early films brought unprecedented success as well as unforeseeable change for indie filmmaking.

Hope for Film: Six Keys to the Current State of Indie Film

May 28, 2014
TED HOPE

‘Independent film’ reconsidered: Battling the past, re-thinking the future.

Work, Sex, Glory: A Tribute to Michael Glawogger

May 22, 2014
WHORE'S GLORY

To live is to work: a video tribute to the recently deceased Glawogger.

An Independent Friendship: Swanberg and Ross

April 18, 2014
ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY

Mutual appreciation: ALL THE LIGHT IN THE SKY creator Joe Swanberg shifts the focus to fellow filmmaker Frank V. Ross.

Ebert and Herzog

April 10, 2014 | 2 Comments
AGUIRRE, THE WRATH OF GOD

Reflecting on Roger Ebert through his own words on one of cinema’s greatest.