On Nov. 19 and 20, storycentral DIGITAL’s CEO Alison Norrington in conjunction with SundanceTV’s VP of Digital Media & Marketing Drew Pisarra hosted a two-day lab in which 21 multimedia professionals brainstormed (and eventually pitched) inventively interactive digital ideas around SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD Season 2, set to premiere in 2015.
THE CAPTIVE creators Stuart Hynson Culpepper and Karin Diann Williams discuss the shapeshifting performance of Michael Gladis (“Mad Men”) and what elements combine to make an enduring paranoid thriller.
Article: 6 More Questions with “Green Porno: Live On Stage” Star Isabella Rossellini and Writer Jean-Claude Carrière
GREEN PORNO director and star Isabella Rossellini and legendary screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière (The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, The Unbearable Lightness of Being) teamed up to bring the outlandish web series to the stage. Below, the two collaborators further explore what it takes to bring the quirky sex lives of animals out of the bedroom and onto the stage.
Q: Do you have a desire to push the boundaries of what an audience expects from a stage show?
Isabella Rossellini: I wanted the element of surprise, but not of shock. I see myself as a clown, as an entertainer. Basically, this is what I was trying to reach: to entertain people for an hour and fifteen minutes. And if they go away and say, “Oh, well, I learned something also, and that was interesting,” that’s even better. That’s the cherry on the cake. But we didn’t want to be controversial.
Want to have a chance to attend the ultimate RECTIFY insider event? Two lucky winners will each receive two tickets to our Screen Actor’s Guild event on Wed., Nov. 17 at 1PM PST! You’ll have the chance to watch a screening of RECTIFY, see the show’s stars and creators talk in-depth about the series, and meet the cast.
From an alcoholic PTA mother (“Weeds”) to a shady CEO (“How to Get Away with Murder”), ONE CHILD’s Elizabeth Perkins has been stealing scenes all over the TV world as of late, which should come as no surprise to movie lovers. These five memorable film appearances run the gamut from edgy black comedy to family friendly farce.
SundanceTV announced today the greenlight of its next wholly owned original series HAP AND LEONARD. The project is based on the rollicking Joe Lansdale Southern noir book series about an unlikely pair of best friends and martial arts experts who struggle through misadventure to stay on the right side of the law in 1980s East Texas.
There were many famous guest stars to show up on Law & Order, but maybe the most iconic (at least in New York City) were former mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg who starred as, you guessed it, NYC mayors!
Think you know what it takes to be a writer in the entertainment biz? We’ve been stockpiling interviews ranging from comedy influencers to comic book adapters to the writers of the twisted plots of our own SundanceTV dramas. Browse our collection below, and take notes!
I was teaching at a variety of schools in New York City when I caught wind of an interesting opportunity called DREAM SCHOOL that seemed exciting in a number of ways.
Welcome parents, friends and students to the graduation of the DREAM SCHOOL Class of 2014!
Horror movies and TV shows have a long, dark, and symbiotic relationship with underground rock music. Scottish instrumental rockers Mogwai, in particular, have an eerie and cinematic sound perfect for frightful viewing, as is the case with their hauntingly gorgeous score for the hit French horror show “Les Revenants” (THE RETURNED). Here, Mogwai guitarist Stuart Braithwaite reveals his favorite horror movie soundtracks and how he’d survive the zombie apocalypse.
The end is always sweet when you can see the change — when you can feel it. The kind of holistic experience DREAM SCHOOL offers works in mysterious ways.
Perception. Often how people see things when not given the full picture is a skewed reality that they can either run with or investigate more.
This is one of the best Ssäm Bar dishes — a staple there since the late-night days and a fine way to dispatch Brussels sprouts in season.
THE RETURNED zombies are unlike any other group of undead people – they’re French and fashionable. Peter Jackson’s zombies in “Dead Alive” are not quite as disciplined (or attractive), but they are from New Zealand. Who will win this showdown?
“28 Days Later” spreads a contagious virus that can’t be resolved by overuse of Purell. “World War Z” takes that pandemic and turns it into a global problem, with Brad Pitt as our last hope to save the world. Pick your favorite zombie flick!
Even more groundbreaking than the rom-com is the zom-com – those zombie movies that make us laugh so hard at other people struggling to survive in a world where their faces could be eaten at any moment. “Shaun of the Dead” vs. “Zombieland,” which one wins?
Welcome back as we attempt to answer the hotly debated question once and for all: which was the best cast of “Law & Order”?
We grow attached to TV characters. It just happens. Especially when they’re on a show we love—even when we hate them, it’s damn hard to say goodbye. So we’re letting ourselves indulge in a little “what if” therapy with our top characters we’d bring back from the dead.
If you had to be attacked and possibly consumed by any group of zombies from TV or film, which would you choose? Since we’re so sure that’s the one question on everyone’s minds at all times, we decided to pit our favorite zombies against each other and let you decide your fate.
Your favorite French zombies are making a return to SundanceTV, with the Season 1 marathon airing Novemeber 2 at Noon/11c. We invite old fans and new to save the date with your couch, and check out our fittingly eerie list of marathon prerequisites (quizzes, behind the scene photos and more!) to get ready for the revival of what critics have hailed as an “achingly beautiful” series.
Your judgment can change when you have a month instead of a week to make a difference.
SundanceTV has the world premiere of its newest original mini-series ONE CHILD on December 5th and 6th at 9 PM ET/PT. The four-hour series stars Katie Leung (“Harry Potter”), features Emmy® nominated actress Elizabeth Perkins (“Weeds”) and Donald Sumpter (“Game of Thrones,” “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”) and airs as a two-night special event.
“The Walking Dea” is back for Season 5 and better than ever. To mark the return of the series, SundanceTV is giving fans the chance to win a Rick Grimes action figure.
Can’t wait for THE RED ROAD Season 2? Keep up with the stars’ other big and small screen projects in the meantime.