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Interview: “The Chef” Filmmakers Talk Storytelling, Rejection, and Qualifying for the Oscars

Ithaca Deng and Hao Zheng discuss their short film, “The Chef,” as well as their creative process, inspirations, and how it feels to be in consideration for an Oascar.

Interview: ‘Things That Fall’ Creators Talk Inclusion, Representation, and Qualifying for the Oscars

‘Things That Fall’ filmmakers Sy Huq and Rafaella Biscayn talk about their journey from winning at the AT&T Film Awards to qualifying for the Oscars.

Meet Reed Rickert: Nat Geo Wild to Inspire Short Film Contest Winner

Reed Rickert, National Geographic Wild to Inspire Short Contest winner, shares with Submittable what it was like to win and attend Sun Valley Film Festival.

5 Tips for Adventure Videography & Photography

Adventure videography and photography tips Brian Christianson to help you prepare for documenting your next outdoor activity.

Announcing the Winners of the 2019 AT&T Film Awards

The winning short films of the 2019 AT&T Film Awards are announced. Winning films in shot on mobile, futuristic, new forms of storytelling, and social good.

Kick Your Own Writing Butt this NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo begins today—here’s the insipriation and information all writers need to make it a successful month of novel writing from start to finish.

Creative Identities Are Like Belly Buttons

Creative identities are like belly buttons for three reasons: 1. Everyone’s got one. 2. They’re unforgivably wacky. And 3. They’re both related to scars.

To the Next Queer Indigenous Eliza So Fellowship Recipient

2019 Eliza So Fellow Lehua Taitano talks story, what you can expect from a writing residency, the importance of community, and more.

How and Why I Blog About My Writing

Can you benefit from sharing your writing goals? Ratika Deshpande discusses the value of blogging about your writing, sharing your failures, and more.