“The Artist” may be a silent film, but it has quickly become a popular topic of conversation in both Hollywood and film circles around the country. The movie, which pays homage to silent films of the 1920s, recently won a Golden Globe Award for Best Picture, and was nominated earlier this week for an Academy Award in the same category. We asked Inez Hedges, director of Northeastern’s Cinema Studies program in the College of Arts, Media and Design, to examine the film’s impact on the movie industry, and what students could learn from it.
Inez Hedges, director of Northeastern’s cinema studies program, has put together this collection of her top film resources.
In screenwriting workshop led by acclaimed writer and director Noah Stern, students learn to create by understanding their own dreams and limitations
Southern Illinois University Press, 2005.
Indiana University Press, 1991.
Duke University Press, 1983.