The Writer/Director duo of Disney’s Frozen discuss long-running projects that take years to get off the ground, writing major roles for female characters, and distilling the spirit of Norway into a film’s world. If you liked this, check out more videos about screenwriting or filmmaking. And if you know of a great video on Screenwriting, … Read more
How do you achieve characterisation in feature animation? Writer-director Rich Moore talks about how they developed Alan Tudyk’s villain character King Candy. If you liked this, check out more videos about screenwriting or filmmaking. And if you know of a great video on Screenwriting, let us know in the comments. Thanks!
Did you know Google talks to Artists? Well, here’s the most in-depth recent interview I could find with Peter Hedges, writer-director of the much anticipated Timothy Green. Peter Hedges also talks about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape, which he wrote for Lasse Hallstrom and later in the interview he has few very nice words for Australian … Read more
Toy Story 3 is my favorite movie of the year and it will be hard to beat this. Usually when my expectations are high, I end up disappointed. Not here. The movie pays off on every possible level. It’s fun, emotional and has tremendous depth. I have seen it three times, each in a different … Read more
A structural overview of UP (Pete Docter, Bob Peterson, Thomas McCarthy 2009 I’ve been a big Pixar fan since stupidly missing out on the theatrical run of The Incredibles. In 2008 the festival potential of my own short animation Tin Can Heart – wr/dir. by Rod March – vaporised when Wall-E appeared weeks after the … Read more