Off the Shelf: ‘Art of Darkness’
Books about the art and craft of cinema that you should be reading.
Filmmakers are Everywhere: Josh Raby
The artist’s voice is the call that draws Hollywood, no matter where you reside.
Why is filmmaking so hard? In the process of curing what ails you, you put your own life on the line.
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Our monthly newsletter about disruption in filmmaking, and the occasional typography nerd-out.
PSA: The $100,000 Tax Credit Typo
New York State has two separate film tax credits. Getting them confused could cost you—a lot.
The Film Industry and the Smiling Curve
In the film industry, you have two things: Development and Distribution. Everything else is just process.
Do we want better movies, or do we want to keep our jobs?
Or: is a vote for the status quo below-the-line an implicit vote for the status quo above-the-line?
Content Is Not King
Or: if Content is King, why do Dumb Pipes keep buying up studios?
What Does Disruptive Content Look Like? Part 1
The case of Video Game High School vs. Marco Polo beautifully illustrates classic disruption theory.
Billy Lynn’s High Frame Rate Walk
Ang Lee's "Billy Lynn" is the first movie produced in a triple-whammy 3D, 4k, and 120 frames per second....
Why Film has not been Disrupted (Yet), Part 5
The film industry is damned good at assimilating and neutralizing its top talent.