Michelle Shyman reviews the book “Producing,” by Geoffrey Macnab and Sharon Swart. While it lacks clarity, the book features nice images and a delightful chapter about Peter Aalbaek Jensen.
This installment of Michelle Shyman’s “Film Financing Diary” finds the filmmaker at a San Francisco party with a posh screening room and people with money.
Michelle Shyman answers the question, “Where do you get your ideas?” The result is a mashup of David Lynch, Rod Serling and her day job.
Michelle Shyman reports in from the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, Montana. Films include “Wings of Life,” “The Moor,” and “The Elephant: Life After Death.”
Michelle Shyman shares her life as an actor through beautiful haiku and limericks.
Michelle Shyman examines the balance between incisive thinking and creativity. Can you do it simultaneously? Or are they battling it out in our overburdened brains?
Michelle Shyman explores the idea of writing partners in the film business. Should you collaborate with another writer?
Michelle Shyman recounts a disappointing day involving a thoughtless actor friend, a woman with a thrilling fantasy life, and a sad meeting with a big-time casting agent.
Michelle Shyman LOVES books about the film industry, and she fills us in on Boscutti’s Don Simpson, about the maniacal producer who hated everyone in Hollywood.
Michelle Shyman delves behind the scenes to celebrate one of the most honest, thoughtful and heartfelt actors of all time: Mr. Ed. Darn shiny, too.