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Not satisfied with saturating the taxi industry, Uber is set to disrupt the publishing industry too by launching its very own magazine. To ease your nausea, we’re turning

We once overheard Hal Croasmun – president of ScreenwritingU – complain to one of his students that when he told people he taught screenwriting for a living, most

With the success of film franchises like 'Harry Potter', 'Twilight', and 'The Hunger Games', it should come as no surprise that Hollywood loves to adapt best-selling novels, especially

No-budget filmmakers have a knack for overthinking everything, assuming that their films have to be perfect in order to make an impact in the film world, which often

Since launching in 1995, the North Carolina Gay and Lesbian Film Festival has featured a diverse array of shorts, documentaries, and feature films, celebrating a worldwide glimpse of

When it comes to the world of filmmaking, there’s only so much you can learn at college – the most powerful lessons are taught through real-life experience. While film

Providing a cinematic journey of LGBTQI lives, culture, and identity, each year Out on Film assembles a selection of films that attempt to capture just what it means

Today marks a big day for director Ron Howard, as he introduces the anticipated 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. However, we’re here

After a burst of inspiration at the Edmonton International Film Festival where Reel Shorts founder Terry Scerbak felt compelled to share some of the phenomenal short films she