Virtual reality offers dramatic possibilities — and challenges — for the film industry
New Deal Studios filmed a short piece for Jaunt in Petaluma, Calif., this weekend. It was a first for the director and the crew, who had to deal with new
Spielberg, Godard, Herzog, & More Offer Cinematic Wisdom in Wim Wender's 1982 'Room 666'
If you could get a large group of some of cinema's greatest directors in one room, what would you ask them? Well, director Wim Wenders got that opportunity while at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival, and subsequently made a documentary about it. 16 iconic directors, including Jean-Luc Godard, Steven Spielberg, Werner Herzog, and Rainer Werner Fassbinder, were asked a series of questions about the future of the film industry, as well as the art form itself, and their answers became an incredible…
Does indie film have a future? Blockbuster culture, critics, social media and the next Philip Seymour Hoffman
Where's the new Soderbergh or Linklater? It's easy to make indie films, but hard to finance, sell or promote them
Roger Ebert on the future of the feature film
In 1967 Roger Ebert became the chief film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, a position he held for more than 40 years. During that time he became, in 1975, the first person to receive a Pulitzer Prize for film criticism, and he became one of the best-known American film critics through the
Reinvent Hollywood Ep. 3: The Audience (with tweets) · Reinventors
How will audiences and their involvement with cinema evolve with increased digital access – from crowdfunding to social engagement?
Beyond the Feature Film: Future Forms of Cinema (Roundtable Recap) | Reinvent Hollywood
If we’re going to reinvent the film industry, we first need to decide whether film is the form that the industry will continue to be built around in the comi...