This week on TOH, we offer ten important takeaways (some courtesy of Chris Nolan) from the Produced By Conference 2012, both Woody Allen's underwhelming "To Rome with Love" and Pixar's "Paperman" boast premieres at LA Film Fest, modern Gothic screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith talks "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter" and more!
In the Works:
Producers Line Up to Do "Fifty Shades of Grey": Let the Best Woman Win
Christopher Nolan and Emma Thomas Back Oscar-Winning "Inception" Cinematographer's First Feature
New Screen Editor Wendy Mitchell Talks Future for the Venerable Brit Trade
"Your Sister's Sister" Director Lynn Shelton Talks Mark Duplass, Acting and an Indie Model That Works
Modern Gothic Master Seth Grahame-Smith Talks "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer," "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies," "Dark Shadows"
"Safety Not Guaranteed" Director Colin Trevorrow Uses the Duplass Effect on TV Stars Plaza and Johnson
Immersed in Movies: Disney's Hybrid "Paperman" Short Plays LA Film Fest, Will Launch With "Wreck-It, Ralph"
Now and Then: Do Silent Movies Still Matter?
Meryl Streep Lays Out Women's Pic Studio Stats at Women in Film Awards: "Why Don't They Want the Money?"
Produced By Conference 2012: Ten Takeaways for Filmmakers, from Chris Nolan to Peter Berg
EXCLUSIVE TRAILER of Alex Karpovsky's "Red Flag"
$8-a-Month Netflix Subscriber Streams 252 Films in 30 Days, Miraculously Remains Married
"Mad Men" Season 5 Finale Review and Recap: "The Phantom" of an Old Self Comes to Life
Review Roundup: "To Rome with Love" Not Wooing Critics