Film critic Jackie K. Cooper joins the crew for this week’s Meet Me at the Movies. We’ll get an inside look into what makes Jackie K., tick and we’ll review How to Build a Girl and the Netflix Original Spencer: Confidential.
Ch. 14 Filmmaker Interactions
Stars of animation and family films are the focus for this chapter’s filmmaker interviews
Ch. 13 Meet Film Critic Nicole Ackerman
Nicole Ackman (from the Next Best Picture) joins Noel and Thomas Manning for this week’s Meet me at the Movies episode: 414. Nicole is a Blogger, YouTuber, Broadway World UK writer, University of London postgrad & lover of cinema and theatre.
Ch. 13: Neo-Western and the Southern Gothic Film (filmmaker interactions & video essays)
Southern gothic tales, the neo-western and the traditional western have commonalities … check out these videos to examine some of them.
Meet film critic Mallory Moore
Mallory Moore is a GWU alumna and has developed a deep love of film that she now shares through Elements of Madness …
Module 12 – Filmmaker interactions
Writers, directors, and talent are all connected …
Film Critics and Film Scholars Talk “Horror”
Engaging film critics Nathan Rouse and Reed Lackey and a Harvard scholar on the essence of horror many engage your questioning nature
Filmmaker Interactions Exploring Elements of Horror
Remi Weeks makes his feature film directorial debut with the Netflix film “His House” and Hayden J. Weal explores the hybrid genre of comedy-horror. (explore more)
Module 10 – Instructor video interaction
Anya Taylor Joy, Bill Nighy, Ruth Carter and film critic Adam Long are featured in interviews this week …
Module 10 – Finding One’s Place: The Location Scout
One of the most often overlooked crew members is the location scout and the team who spends hours upon hours of searching for the “perfect” place to shoot scenes in a film. From the high school library used in the Breakfast Club, to the diner in Baby Driver, to Clark Kent’s farmhouse in Justice League
Module 10: The Costume Designer: It’s Not all About “Dress up”
The costume designer in film (TV or stage) is responsible for bringing to life any elements of clothing to the character that reflects a sense of place, time, or purpose. From WWII period uniforms in Saving Private Ryan, to the Mad Hatter’s hat in the fantasy world of Alice in Wonderland…
Filmmaker Engagements (disaster, action, epic and war films)
Noel Manning interviews filmmakers of action, adventure, disaster and war films …
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