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“12 Years A Slave” Screenwriter John Ridley Thinks We Worry Too Much About Racist Trolls “To me, you walk around with a Klan hat on or you’ve got a swastika on your arm, you just look like a dope, you know what I mean?”
Issue XI: 1) 6 Filmmaking Tips from Steve McQueen 2) 37 Qualities of Better Film by Ted Hope 3) 5 Ideas that Will Change the Way You Produce Film 4) 10 Zero Budget Filmmaking Tips 5) Indiewire's Ultimate Guide to Crowdfunding for Filmmakers 6) Achieving Creative Triumphs with Andrei Tarkovsky (and Making of Andrei Rublev) 7) The Making of Hunger with Steve McQueen, Michael Fassbender, & More
To his fans, Wes Anderson's idiosyncratic films are things of wonder. Detractors, however, consider the Texan director's style fussy and mannered. Will his latest, The Grand Budapest Hotel, help settle the argument?
Schoolgirl Zoë Smith was penning lucid movie reviews back in 1932, and when our veteran film critic retired, she sent him her work. He was so impressed, he drove to her home to meet her
Hollywood under-represents women and the media frequently demeans them. As her hit film is shown in the UK, campaigner Jennifer Siebel Newsom demands a change in attitude
Richard Ayoade shot to fame as Moss in The IT Crowd but it was Submarine, his debut behind the camera, that won him critical acclaim. As his new film, The Double, is released, he talks about pride, performing and giving up his pop dreams
What Hollywood tells us about war and poverty: Apocalypto (2006) Avatar (2009) Bamako (2006) Beyond Borders (2003) Black Robe (1991) Blood Diamond (2006) Cannibal Tours (1989) Casino Royale (2006) Circle of Deceit (1981) City of God (2002) Critical Assignment (The Guinness film, 2003) Dirty Pretty Things (2002) Entre Nos (2009) Even the Rain (También la lluvia) (2010) Gandhi (1984) Gangs of New York (2002) Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema (2008) Hotel Rwanda (2004) In the Loop (2009) ...