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 Jim

Rupert Goold Directs “Judy” Over The Rainbow

Rupert Goold Directs “Judy” Over The Rainbow

Judy Garland is indeed a Hollywood icon, remembered for her striking voice and acting ability. English film director Rupert Goold set his latest biopic of the legendary performer in London where Judy Garland performed a series of sold-out shows at the Talk Of The Town in 1969. “This formed the basis of the film’s storytelling […]

 Jim

“Serial Killer Has A Baby” Henry Jacobson & Avra Fox-Lerner On ‘Bloodline’

“Serial Killer Has A Baby” Henry Jacobson & Avra Fox-Lerner On ‘Bloodline’

The Blumhouse-produced film Bloodline has an obvious family-friendly feel to it. A father who would do anything to protect his family from harm, is the stuff of a Lifetime movie, right? But what if daddy was a serial killer who just had his first child? The tone of the movie suddenly changes a bit. And […]

 Jim

Screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen On “Angel has Fallen”

Screenwriter Robert Mark Kamen On “Angel has Fallen”

The Angel Has Fallen onto our cinema screens to end the summer with an nail-biting, high-octane action movie. It’s the third in the series of actioners, following Olympus Has Fallen (2013) and London has Fallen (2016). Each film tracks the exploits of Secret Service Agent Mike Banning to battle the forces of evil while not getting himself […]

 Brock Swinson

“Home Invasion with Alligators” Michael & Shawn Rasmussen Talk ‘Crawl’

“Home Invasion with Alligators” Michael & Shawn Rasmussen Talk ‘Crawl’

Brothers in real life as well as screenwriting partners, Michael and Shawn Rasmussen have worked with horror movie veterans like John Carpenter and Sam Raimi to elevate their work. The Brothers Rasmussen sat down with Creative Screenwriting Magazine to discuss the inspiration behind writing their lastest horror movie Crawl. Crawl is directed by Alexandre Aja (The Hills […]

 Jim

“The Climb Was Always The Main Character” Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi On Academy Award Winning Documentary ‘Free Solo’

“The Climb Was Always The Main Character” Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi On Academy Award Winning Documentary ‘Free Solo’

Documentary films have traditionally been confined to the realms of the classroom or nerd TV. Sometimes both. They have been designed to inform and educate, rather than entertain. Free Solo has transcended this barrier and brought documentaries into the mainstream. Free Solo brought spectacle to our screens, not through CGI, but through the majesty of […]