Stuck for an idea? Find out what professional creatives do to get inspired. Photograph: Cavan Images/Getty Images
Hollywood director Robert Rodriguez believes that film-making "goes beyond the technological and goes into that realm of creativity, of storytelling. How you got there, whether you used a digital camera or your phone, doesn't matter. The idea is what rules at the end of the day." In his BlackBerry Keep Moving project, Rodriguez is asking fans around the world to help him communicate his idea, using their creative suggestions as sparks of inspiration.
This could be your big break. Robert Rodriguez is holding auditions for a part in his upcoming short filmTwo Scoops. Rodriguez, along with Troublemaker Studios, is joining forces with Blackberry for Project Green Screen.
Emily Brontë created an enduring literary classic with Wuthering Heights. Populated with characters whose harshness reflected the environment they lived in, her novel focuses on two obsessive lovers and the fatal trajectory their journey takes.It is perhaps fitting that British filmmaker Andrea Arnold, who is known for the uncom- promising realism of her films, should direct the latest cinematic adaptation. And there is no doubt that her take on Brontë’s world, in which she establishes her own voice as much as the novelist’s, will likely turn a few heads.