By: Justin Sanders

The road to making a living as a crewmember in film and television can be long and bumpy. Just ask Jaxon Woods, who traversed from rural southern Oregon to the gray, drizzly shores of Vancouver, British Columbia before finally settling in Los Angeles – and that was only the beginning... Read more

By: Melanie Maupin

The red carpet, with its history of fame, success, and glamour, carries a royal air wherever it appears. Just walking on it can create a sense of confidence – as evidenced by a joke on NBC’s Parks and Recreation that finds government staffer Tom Haverford showing off a pair of... Read more

Dear Mr. Cerf, You have many admirers for your pioneering work in the launch of the internet, and we count ourselves among them. You earned your unofficial sobriquet, the “Father of the Internet,” by envisioning a utopic network on which data and research could be shared freely around the world... Read more

Film

By: Kristina Ensminger

If you’ve ever sat through the closing credits in the theater, you’ve noticed the hundreds, if not thousands, of people who make up the cast and crew of a single film. And, like me, maybe you’re curious about what some of those people actually do on set. Take a “best... Read more

Maggie Phillips

By: Justin Sanders

Following the death of a bunny rabbit at the hands of a mysterious man in the woods, the opening minutes to Season 2, Episode 1 of FX’s Fargo take things to another level, as the morbid crime/comedy proceeds to unleash a series of surreal split-screen interludes with its major characters... Read more

Elisa Malona

By: Kristina Ensminger

Elisa Malona never imagined that one day it would be her job to make dead animals dance around a spinning tree stump for Neil Young. “I’ll be rigging these taxidermy woodland creatures for a Neil Young bit or throwing water in Melissa McCarthy’s face while she’s lip syncing and I’ll... Read more