People Explain What They Thought of the Movies Based on Their Lives
"The producers basically just took a part of my life story, did whatever they wanted, and it was like: to hell with you."
Jean-Claude Van Damme Was 'Coked Out of His Mind' During 'Street Fighter,' Director Says
Director Steven de Souza described filming the 90s action flick as a total shit show.
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My Lunch with the 'God of Story'
We caught up with screenwriting guru Robert McKee, whose new book, 'Dialogue,' proves he should be required reading for storytellers of any kind.
Jamaica, Gangs, Guns, and Black Hobbits: A Talk with Booker Prize Winner Marlon James
Filmmaker Storm Saulter talks with the author about his new book 'A Brief History of Seven Killings,' which adapts true stores of the island's underworld.
The World's Reserves of 'Game of Thrones' Are Running Dangerously Low
Season six of the popular HBO series will almost certainly overtake the novels. What then?
Watch a Supercut Tribute to Spike Jonze's Stunning Cinematography
Spike Jonze makes beautiful films, and editor Miguel Branco brings them all together in his new supercut, 'ciné.'
Sassafras Lowrey’s 'Lost Boi' Reimagines Peter Pan for the Genderqueer Generation
Sassafras Lowrey's adaptation of the children's classic features Pan as the "dom" to the submissive lost bois, and Hook dealing with an addiction to heroin.
Thomas Cromwell, Dead Since 1540, Is Television's Hottest Star
The TV adaptation of Wolf Hall introduces American viewers to the Machiavellian politician from the 16th century who assisted in the bloody dissolution of England's monasteries and helped King Henry VIII split from the Church in Rome.
'Heart of Darkness' Gets an Animated Update on Instagram
Animator Sascha Ciezata transforms Joseph Conrad's classic tale into a social media-based graphic novel.
An Excerpt from Michel Gondry's New Screenplay, 'L’écume des jours' ('Mood Indigo')
Here are the first three pages of the screenplay for Michel Gondry's newest film, which will be released in the US later this year as Mood Indigo.
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A Few Impressions
The old saying is that a good book makes a bad film, while a paperback potboiler like 'The Godfather' makes a great film. But this wisdom is derived from the idea that a good book is made by the writing, and if it’s adapted into whatever, its magic is...