By Lisa Rosman 5 min read
With a gradual shift towards appreciation of female self-possession, cinema finally may be ready to embrace Joan Didion's novels and essays.
By Tony Phillips 10 min read
Erin Cressida Wilson, the screenwriter of ‘The Girl on the Train,’ sits down with Signature to talk about sociopathy, Paula Hawkins, the movie, and more.
By Meghan McCullough 9 min read
We chatted with Nina Sadowsky about her debut novel, Just Fall, her screenwriting past, and the delicious problem of the morally ambiguous character.
By Jay A. Fernandez 6 min read
Oscar-nominated writer-director Terrence Malick has applied his otherworldly aesthetic and philosophical rumination to critically acclaimed films such as “Days of Heaven” (1978), “The Thin Red L
By Jay A. Fernandez 4 min read
Jason Hall, fresh from writing the script to "American Sniper," is now tasked with capturing the realities of war in another book-based-movie: David Finkel's 'Thank You For Your Service.' Doing it right will be the challenge.
By Tony Phillips 8 min read
Anthony McCarten, the writer behind ‘The Theory of Everything,’ chatted with W&F about Jane Hawking, the making of the movie, and more.