The Filmmaking in Scott Frank’...
The Technique Scott Frank uses suspense masterfully as a subtle underlying energy while the story plays out. We are waiting for Griffin to find Roy, and at the same time living every moment...[+]
Cutting trailers…how movies g...
This is the “official” trailer. Looking at this one, its definately a trailer marketed for 1982 audiences. It wouldn’t make me want to watch the film today, but I can see ...[+]
Jason Turner on the Making of His S...
Jason Turner talks about the origins of “The Iron Detective” and how it originally got made. Filmmaking is indeed a collaborative process and “The Iron Detective” is...[+]
Filmmaker Jason Turner on the Quali...
From 1970’s grindhouse to 1990’s production values, “From Dusk til Dawn” the movie remains a cult classic. But what about the television show developed by Robert Rod...[+]
The IFC of Kansas City – Why It’s I...
While local colleges and universities boast a number of highly qualified film instructors, something of the “real world” goes unacknowledged. Often times film schools focus on the theory a...[+]
Filmmaker Jason Turner Talks About ...
Kansas City actor, filmmaker Jason Turner talks with act.land about his filmmaking influences, one of them being the Texas native, Robert Rodriguez. Jason details Rodriquez’ process a...[+]
Eliza Gales Interviews Jukebox Film...
Q: What made you interested in starting Juke Box International Film Festival? A: It all started when I discovered the 48 Hour Film Project. I wanted to do one myself so I started a free gro...[+]
Darth Maul-Apprentice Fan Fiction ...
When “Episode One: The Phantom Menace” came out years ago, a villian was introduced that left audiences craving more. A superb martial arts choreographed fight scene and a ques...[+]
The Importance of Casting – b...
I think you have to be a special kind of daring person to be an actor or filmmaker. Maybe even a special kind of crazy. But on the actor side, one thing that I can appreciate is good castin...[+]