A show like Breaking Bad doesn’t just spring fully formed from a writer’s mind. Here, series creator Vince Gilligan talks about the ways he worked on character and story and pushed the show to places even he didn’t anticipate.
Director Cameron Michael scored a hit with his arresting short film, The Manhattan Project, which shows, you guessed it, an accelerated day in the life of NYC. Here, Michael explains the creative choices behind this eye-popping art form.
Bill Plympton is an independent animation icon. His drawings have appeared in syndicated columns, Academy Award-nominated shorts, videos for musicians like Kanye West, commercials for Microsoft, and more. Although he doesn’t believe much in art school, here he shares some lessons with Co.Create.
Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom has shaped up to be one of the critical successes of the summer. With the film still rolling out in theaters and winning audiences and acclaim, the director explains how his latest hit went from script to storyboard to screen.
This is not an illusion. The beloved-but-cancelled "Arrested Development" lives on in our hearts, minds, DVD collections, and now in an art exhibition.
An elaborate social campaign used unexpected platforms and slick, original content to engage potential filmgoers in the mysteries of Project Prometheus.
From photography to remixing--leading creators share exactly how they do what they do in our Master Class series. Here, all the Master Classes so far.
Seasoned comedian Andres du Bouchet is part of the Emmy-nominated writing staff on "Conan," where he sometimes appears in his own bits. Here he walks Co.Create through his process for writing jokes and sketches night after night.
Celebrated photographer Nadav Kander has taken portraits of everyone from President Obama to Ricky Gervais. Here he talks to Co.Create about the art of simplicity, authenticity, and leaving things unseen.
Podcasting as a medium has exploded, partly due to the relative ease of entry. It still takes a lot of finesse, however, to make a good show or a popular one, let alone a network of them. Here, Jesse Thorn, owner of the thriving Maximum Fun network, walks us through how it’s done.