Take a look at almost any classic Hollywood movie. Most will follow the model known as The Hero’s Journey – a twelve-step monomyth concept originally presented by Joseph Campbell in 1949 in his groundbreaking book 'A Hero With A Thousand Faces'.
Since we’re in the midst of 'Ocean’s 8' mania following its release earlier this month, we've compiled a list of screenplays for some of Hollywood's action-adventure classics that you can read for free now.
With the success of film franchises like 'Harry Potter', 'Twilight', and 'The Hunger Games', it should come as no surprise that Hollywood loves to adapt best-selling novels, especially book series. Writers are beginning to change the way they approach the development of a story.
Studios spend millions marketing their biggest releases, but there’s nothing like free media coverage to launch a movie into the public spotlight, the more controversial, the better. After all, there’s no such thing as bad publicity.
With an eclectic career stacked full of acerbic and audacious films, Bruce LaBruce is one of the boldest independent filmmakers of all time. Unafraid to push boundaries (and buttons) and to provoke and scandalize, the Toronto based filmmaker has a rich portfolio of features, shorts,
Devoted to showcasing, supporting, and inspiring the creation of films produced, directed, and written by women of color, the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series is an empowering independent film festival raising pivotal voices.
At a time of such social divisiveness, and a time where female filmmakers are emerging with some of the best modern movies within the horror genre, we caught up with 'M.F.A.' director Natalia Leite to discuss the making of the movie, whether women are allowed