Stage of production.
By Jacob Oller
Some of the talkingest films ever made (that weren’t even made by Quentin Tarantino) teach us how to talk better.
How Virgil Williams and Dee Rees made a novel into their own Oscar-worthy meditation on race in America.
James Ivory on his long career, gay cinema and being merely the screenwriter.
A toolbox for the construction of plot twists, not an instruction manual (nobody reads those anyway).
More like superhero storytelling tips, but… Excelsior!
An original OPS/FSR video essay.