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“War Dogs”: Why You Should (Or Shouldn’t) Quit Your Job To Hang Out With Gun Runners

War Dogs writer Stephen Chin on how he went from a buckled-up D.C. lawyer to Hollywood player. Toronto whiz kid Stephen Chin pleased his immigrant parents when he graduated from Yale Law School...


A 1966 Texas Tragedy Is Recreated Through Rotoscope Animation In Stunning Doc “Tower”

Austin-based filmmaker Keith Maitland used techniques both old and new to explore an infamous University of Texas campus shooting. When Austin-based filmmaker Keith Maitland decided to shoot a ...


8 Lessons in Maverick Creativity Culled From The New Richard Linklater Documentary

The doc on the director of School of Rock and Dazed and Confused made its debut at the Sundance Film Festival this week. When he screened the epic Boyhood at Sundance Film Festival two years a...


Inspired by Edward Snowden and the “Boo” Factor, Chris Carter Re-Opens “The X-Files”

Don’t call it a reboot, but Mulder and Scully are back. Fourteen years after going off the air, Mulder and Scully re-unite in six new episodes of The X-Files beginning this Sunday on Fox. Sho...


Brooklyn Artist Confronts Blank Page Terror With Doodle-Friendly “Noted” Book

Adam Turnbull’s new book looks at how all the things we come across in our daily lives can inspire design decisions. Brooklyn artist Adam Turnbull used to have an orderly system in place for ...


Black Humor, White Snow, Red Blood: “Fargo” Producer Starts From Scratch For Season 2

Former NBC head Warren Littlefield talks about what made him change his mind about doing a Fargo TV series and changes in season two. It all started with a snow globe. The Emmy-winning miniseri...


How MIT Media Lab Pictured the Future of Tech And Marketing For “Minority Report”

The producers followed Steven Spielberg’s lead and asked MIT researchers to conjure how our lives might look in 50 years. When Steven Spielberg asked MIT researchers to John Underkoffler to ...