By Billy Shebar
Even after capturing Hollywood’s attention, filmmaker Debra Granik ’85 remains fiercely independent.
By Susan Piland
Production designer Steve Saklad ’78 imagines and assembles the many elements of a movie’s visual language.
By Thomas Doherty
The film artists who fled Nazi Germany for sunny California infused American cinema with fresh energy and talent, and a healthy dose of dread.
By Eric Grode
Making it on Broadway demands a flexible road map — or, sometimes, an inspired exit strategy.
By Kathy Lawrence
Long before she came to Brandeis, a Beverly Hills insider lived in Betty Grable’s mansion, had close encounters of the celebrity kind — and wondered whether glamour is all it’s cracked up to be.
With homage to Marcel Proust, producer/writer/director Marshall Herskovitz ’73 reveals his deepest feelings.