Founded in 1992, Filmmaker is a publication by, for and about independent filmmakers. It covers the art, technology and business of filmmaking today, informed by the perspective of its co-founder and editor-in-chief, Scott Macaulay, a working producer, as well as contributors who include directors, DPs and top film writers and journalists.
Subscribers will receive online access to the quarterly magazine's archives going back to winter 2005. The extensive archives include in-depth interviews with leading filmmakers of the era from Quentin Tarantino to Kelly Reichardt to Barry Jenkins, along with articles chronicling the growth and transformation of independent film in real time.
Filmmaker's spring 2023 issue features A.V. Rockwell, the narrative Sundance Grand Jury-prize winning director of A Thousand and One, in conversation with director Chinonye Chukwu. Other highlights of this issue include Kelly Reichardt discussing her latest film, Showing Up, with fellow director Guy Maddin; an annual report on location shooting, including the latest on state tax credits; and independent filmmakers Naomi McDougall Jones and Liz Manashil on the truth about budgets and revenues.