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Sightseers’ Alice Lowe On Writing Strong Female Characters

For our Women in Film issue, Sightseers co-writer and star Alice Lowe discusses the importance of creating strong female characters.…

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Gale Anne Hurd: A Strong Woman in Hollywood

Iconic producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Terminator, Aliens, The Walking Dead) discusses being a strong woman in Hollywood…

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Women Behind the Camera: DoPs Kate Reid & Eve Hazelton

Directors of photography Eve Hazelton (The Underwater Realm) and Kate Reid (Blooded, Scrubber) discuss their experiences of working across a range of features and camera platforms, and why gender does not matter when you get…

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Writer/director Paul Andrew Williams – Song for Marion

With films like London to Brighton, The Cottage and Cherry Tree Lane, writer/director Paul Andrew Williams has become one of Britain’s most exciting new filmmakers. Here he gives us an exclusive—and honest—insight into his screenwriting…

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Cross-Media: Creating an immersive experience for your audience

As co-founder of Fourth Wall Studios, creator of Primetime Emmy® winning original series Dirty Work and this year’s Power to the Pixel Cross-Media Forum’s keynote speaker, Sean Stewart is one of the most experienced cross-media…

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VFX in a Digital Age

Drew Jones, VP of feature FX at Method Studios, the London outfit who created the effects for the likes of Seven Psychopaths, X-Men: First Class and Wrath of the Titans, writes about how his team…

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Paul Thomas Anderson: Perfecting The Look

The writer-director explains why he will stop at nothing to get the right aesthetic, even if it means shooting in 65mm. …

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The Power of Costume

Five years of planning has gone into the V&A Museum’s epic Hollywood Costume exhibition, which celebrates the multi-faceted role of costume design throughout movie history. Here, curator Deborah Nadoolman Landis takes movieScope’s Chris Laverty on…

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Thomas Vinterberg: The Story Matters

The Danish director explains why he’s returning to the controversial subject matter of 1998’s Festen, in which a father is accused of molesting his children, with The Hunt, which stars Mads Mikkelsen as a teacher…

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Ben Wheatley Talks Sightseers

As the director of Down Terrace, Kill List and Sightseers, Ben Wheatley is carving out a career for himself as one of the UK’s most exciting independent filmmakers. During a short break from finishing his…

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