The filmmakers and judges behind Thunderdance Film Festival lend aspiring directors some wisdom on how to get your indie film seen.
We sit down with the actor and filmmaker to discuss what it was like to remake 'The Jungle Book' for a modern audience.
Almost anyone who has passionately rode a skateboard during the past couple of decades knows Evans is possibly the most imitated dude in his field.
Despite all his popular success, Jefferson has maintained his roots in the things that truly make him happy: skateboarding, music, and basketball.
How a hopeful 7-Eleven clerk became photographer for the Lakers and balances a career while touring with Odd Future and skateboard legends.
Visionary skate video director Ty Evans talks about creating fantasy worlds with Spike Jonze, evolving technology, and his pre-social media presence as the Skate Fairy.
We talked to Hernandez about DIY gear, doc-style shooting, and how many skate video clips he watches before noon.
Film essayist Tony Zhou launches his exploration into cinematic kinematics, 'Akira Kurosawa - Composing Movement.'
Film essayist Tony Zhou breaks down the killer choreography of Akira Kurosawa's 'The Bad Sleep Well.'
Whether or not you're a fan of David Fincher, any artist can learn a lot from Tony Zhou's breakdown of the 'Gone Girl' director's filmmaking genius.