When it comes to editing, you have to learn from the best to be the best.
“Meryl Streep could play Batman and be the right choice.” – Cameron Tucker (Modern Family)
Even though he’s often typecast as tough guys and criminals, Michael Kenneth Williams still finds the human qualities in these roles.
Are you an actor looking to turn director? No one has done that better than Clint Eastwood. So we gotta ask, are you feeling lucky, punk?
Meet the talent who shatters the mold of child-actors-who-burn-out by embracing range in roles and in time periods.
An actor with unlimited range, who let his talent and not his “brand” define him as a star.
“The technology available for filmmaking now is incredible, but I am a big believer that it’s all in the story.” – Robert Redford
When it comes to teaching actors, this coach leaves the gimmicks at the door.
With a casting resume that includes “True Romance,” “Born on the Fourth July” and “Wall Street” – here’s someone that knows how to spot talent and keep the chemistry alive.
A man of many qualities, who has seen more of the film industry than any other working professional in its history.
“Acting in the cinema is photographed life. In the theatre it’s formed, or signified, life. A good actor should keep working in both mediums.”
We automatically think of art and business as two opposing forces, but Roger Corman’s career offers a nice counter-argument to that assumption.
Career highlights that include working with Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock and Martin Scorsese? That’s music to our ears!
Wes Craven directed films that held a mirror to the audience and asked us why we like to be scared.
If Roger Corman legitimized low-budget genre cinema, John Carpenter made it an art form.
A legend in the field of comedy, Mel Brooks has used his absurd humor to make Nazis, racists and monsters look like fools.
Throughout his career, Miloš Forman has demonstrated a unique ability to take difficult source material and translate it to the screen.
The ultimate New Hollywood hipster, who took creative risks in a remarkable career spanning over 50 years. Talk about longevity!
A sophisticated, intelligent and often quite funny writer, Pauline Kael elevated criticism into an art-form in its own right.
Known for his aggressive style and creative vision, Robert Evans was a true maverick on the business side of film.
As a film critic, historian and director, Peter Bogdanovich pays homage to the Golden Age of Hollywood while also breathing new life into American cinema.
Thelma Schoonmaker first collaborated with Scorsese in film school, and has worked on every one of his films since “Raging Bull.”
An editor who is equally talented in working with visuals as he is with sound – and it’s all in service of the story.
A prolific writer whose work pushed the boundaries of storytelling. And he also created one of the most iconic shots in film history. Talk about talent.
Considered the last old school Hollywood mogul, Wasserman’s impact on the industry is almost as legendary as his infamous persona.
As former Chairman of BAFTA LA, Nigel Daly has worked to foster and promote British filmmakers and talents in Hollywood and abroad.
A pioneer in both black cinema and independent filmmaking, Micheaux is arguably one of the first true DIY filmmakers to ever yell “action!”