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!”
An innovative director who mastered genre storytelling to deliver films as much about the characters as they were about our own society.
As a well respected media journalist with an inside track to the film industry, Anne Thompson delivers criticism with the knowledge to back it up.
Witty and prolific. A true cinephile’s filmmaker. If you want to study great writing, you gotta watch the works of Woody Allen.
Interpretations of films and directors that in turn leave themselves open to further interpretation.
“I think the internet has allowed a lot of people to be more proud of what they love. Everyone is reflected online.” – Felicia Day
One of the most prolific video essayists around, Kevin B. Lee is part of a digital movement that is redefining media criticism.
Size doesn’t matter. Freddie Wong blazed the trail of web media to see his work on screen. Who cares if it’s a monitor or mobile device?