Director Andrew Napier engages with the question of narrative perspective in his dark screwball comedy “Grandma’s Not a Toaster!”
Vimeo User Kogonada’s supercut of Wes Anderson’s films analyzes the director’s centered and often symmetrical framing.
Ben Aston’s latest short film demonstrates the power of creative constraints.
Co.Create inspires us with its interview with writer-producer-director Joss Whedon: how to be prolific.
As documentary filmmakers, sometimes we overthink what our next films should be about. Enter: the character portrait.
The climb to the top. Are you an indie filmmaker? Then you know there are days that our industry feels like some sort of cruel but actually very funny cosmic joke. Which - aside from being strong and flat out fun filmmaking - is why Simon Rynink's, Zak...