Filmmaking Tag

The three-act structure has long been the standard for storytellers — but bending the rules can lead to exceptionally cool results. The principles of the three-act structure have been employed by storytellers for ages. In the early 20th century, filmmakers adopted the three-act structure to develop compelling stories for their burgeoning art form....

Actor Aaron N. Martin joins myself and Scott Murray for an NBC Interview As we inch closer to the release of The Great Hanging to festivals I was extremely lucky to join broadcast legend Scott Murray at the NBC studios in Dallas to chat about the film...

Hustler of Providence a new Documentary Film Hustler of Providence is my newest documentary film. Here I'll give you an insight into two of the characters that may be in the film. Meet Two Former Sex Workers from Providence Rich and Mike are two young men from Providence Rhode...

Who am I as a filmmaker and what do I want to accomplish? Johnathan Paul on location filming his Short Film "Fields Where We Play" I had a close friend recently pose this question to me. And to be honest I couldn't really answer it right away....

The Cinematic Loss of Childhood in Middle Eastern Films Top Image: "Turtles Can Fly" Dir. Bahaman Ghobadi (2005) Both Children of Heaven (1999) and Turtles Can Fly (2005) tell stories of the loss of childhood. Each narrows their focus specifically on how this childhood is lost for...