Richard Linklater talks about what it’s like to be a self-taught filmmaker and his long road to mainstream recognition. Linklater started out making 16mm films for over 9 years in Austin, Texas as largely experimental exercises. Listen to this great clip (via filmschoolcomments) and discover what inspired the ‘Boyhood’ director to keep plugging away at filmmaking.
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Bennett Miller returns with a dark and gripping thriller about the murder of wrestler David Schultz, by John du Pont.
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Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest offering is a truly satisfying piece of work, like a good book each scene sends you in a different direction as you become lost in private investigator Doc Sportello’s doped up ride through California’s underworld.
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