Letters About Filmmaking
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A step-by-step guide to the many choices a filmmaker or comics artist makes in telling a story.
Sticks, Twitches, Gifts and Touchstones — let me show you how these simple devices can make your stories rich with meaning.
Let me tell you about The Golden Action — visual storytelling at its most creative and potent.
Spending time with Hayao Miyazaki has kickstarted my comics storytelling!
This week I made a satirical video for The New York Times about this new coronavirus thing.
A story about the time Banksy squared off against London’s greatest graffiti artist - and lost.
From Tilly Walden to William Blake - some inspirational notes on telling stories with words and pictures.
I answer your questions about how I made Jaron Lanier Fixes The Internet for The New York Times.
Some lessons in filmmaking from the set of my latest video project.
A behind-the-scenes look at a new film I’ve made for The New York Times - plus some exciting news about a film I directed last year!
This diagram helps me tell visual stories that make the audience both think and feel. Here’s how to use it.
There’s a lot in this one! Poetry, filmmaking, graphic novels and visual storytelling - take your pick!
Notes on the balance between preparation and improv in the creative process, while shooting a film for The New York Times.
Some practical advice on how filmmakers can build a daily practice habit that improves their craft.
On Spiderman Into The Spider-Verse, the nature of juxtaposition and writing screenplay dialogue.