For another look at the nature of antiheroes and their roots in literature and mythology, check out this video from Troped:
Corinne mentioned the first narrative film, The Great Train Robbery, and its antiheroic lead characters. You can watch this historic short film from 1903 below:
In this discussion from the Austin Film Festival, director Paul Feig and screenwriters Jenny Lumet and Aline Brosh McKenna discuss the process of writing flawed protagonists and antiheroes:
The Lights Film School presents online film schools courses on a variety of subjects. Here's an interesting article from Michael Koehler suggesting a codified way to construct antiheroic characters:
Thanks for listening!