Hollywood

Forgotten audience

The forgotten audience: An open letter to Hollywood

I’ve never written an open letter to anyone. I’ve written letters on Snoopy stationery to camp penpals, and thank you notes on fancy stationery, but never an open letter. I’m not even sure what an open letter is, but it […]

ATW March 10, 2015

A Q&A with ‘Maps To The Stars’ Screenwriter Bruce Wagner [The Credits]

How Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker Restored the Luster of Michael Powell and ‘The Tales of Hoffman’ [IndieWire]

Fighting Islamophobia With Comedy [The Atlantic]

What It’s Like For Ethnic Actors In [BuzzFeed]

Christopher Nolan Urges Hollywood to Step Up Efforts to Preserve Film [THR]

Your creative calendar: 71 things to do, see and hear this March [Fast Company]

Screenwriters Guide: How to get a literary agent [ssn]

Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett

“Things present themselves to you, and it’s how you choose to deal with them that reveals who you are. We all say a lot of things, don’t we, about who we are and how we think. But in the end it’s your actions, how you respond to circumstance that reveals your character.”
– Cate Blanchett

Say something

What happens in the writer’s room…

“Say something. Anything. But not something stupid. That could get you fired. And if you get fired from your first staffing job, that will look bad. Nobody will want to work with you again. So maybe don’t say anything. But […]

ATW March 8, 2015

Ellie Kemper, Star of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt [Vanity Fair]

Robert Kenner Exposes America’s Lucrative Lies in ‘Merchants of Doubt’ [Indiewire]

The Nature and Nurture of Genius: The Sweet Illustrated Story of How Henri Matisse’s Childhood Shaped His Creative Legacy [brain pickings]

Director Michelle Josue’s ‘Matt Shepard is A Friend of Mine’ [The Credits]

17 Reasons We’re Excited About Theater This Spring [BuzzFeed]

1985: The Last Great Year in Film for Younger Audiences [The Atlantic]

5 Ways to Always Be the Most Interesting Person in the Room [the muse]

Why Star Wars? [The Dissolve]

George Burns

George Burns

“You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.”
– George Burns

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