“Ralph Breaks the Internet” – Interview with Kira Lehtomaki

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 22nd, 2018 - Interviews

“In animation, we often film references of ourselves or act it out ourselves. When we’re doing these things, we’re thinking of our own life experiences. There’s so much of us in this movie. Hopefully you don’t see us, but it resonates because it’s real.”
– Kira Lehtomaki

“In animation, we often film references of ourselves or act it out ourselves. When we’re doing these things, we’re thinking of our own life experiences. There’s so much of us in this movie. Hopefully you don’t see us, but it resonates because it’s real.”
– Kira Lehtomaki

“Instant Family” – Interview with Sean Anders

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 18th, 2018 - Interviews

“When we saw the way the very first audience was reacting to the movie, both with the laughter and the emotions, it was one of the greatest thrills of my life. I felt we made a movie that no one else could’ve made.”
– Sean Anders

“When we saw the way the very first audience was reacting to the movie, both with the laughter and the emotions, it was one of the greatest thrills of my life. I felt we made a movie that no one else could’ve made.”
– Sean Anders

“What They Had” – Interview with Elizabeth Chomko

by Sara Michelle Fetters - November 3rd, 2018 - Interviews

“You get to that place of grief where you just want to climb out of it, that physiological response of there’s got to be a workaround to get over it. You feel like there’s got to be a shortcut. I’m the eldest grandchild. There had to be a way for me to tell their [my grandparents’] story and help everyone heal.”
– Elizabeth Chomko

“You get to that place of grief where you just want to climb out of it, that physiological response of there’s got to be a workaround to get over it. You feel like there’s got to be a shortcut. I’m the eldest grandchild. There had to be a way for me to tell their [my grandparents’] story and help everyone heal.”
– Elizabeth Chomko

“Colette” – Interview with Wash Westmoreland

by Sara Michelle Fetters - October 3rd, 2018 - Interviews

“[Colette] wasn’t about what society thought you were, she was about who she felt, who she knew, she was. She declared her voice loud and proud, and that’s why I think she’s an inspiration for today.”
– Wash Westmoreland

“[Colette] wasn’t about what society thought you were, she was about who she felt, who she knew, she was. She declared her voice loud and proud, and that’s why I think she’s an inspiration for today.”
– Wash Westmoreland

“Love, Gilda” – Interview with Lisa D’Apolito

by Sara Michelle Fetters - September 24th, 2018 - Film Festivals Interviews

“I think Gilda brings back memories for people of where they were and what they wanted from life. It brings back a youth. People who know Gilda, love Gilda.”
– Lisa D’Apolito

“I think Gilda brings back memories for people of where they were and what they wanted from life. It brings back a youth. People who know Gilda, love Gilda.”
– Lisa D’Apolito

“Lizzie” – Interview with Chloë Sevigny

by Sara Michelle Fetters - September 20th, 2018 - Interviews

“I think it’s a beautiful story about women who are trapped and oppressed by men. Lizzie fights back against the status quo. She’s an outlaw.”
– Chloë Sevigny

“I think it’s a beautiful story about women who are trapped and oppressed by men. Lizzie fights back against the status quo. She’s an outlaw.”
– Chloë Sevigny

“Puzzle” – Interview with Marc Turtletaub

by Sara Michelle Fetters - August 25th, 2018 - Film Festivals Interviews

“We knew it was emotional and touching, that it was a great story about one woman’s journey to find herself, but we were surprised to see how people appreciated the humor. I just hope people enjoy the movie and take what they can from it.”
– Marc Turtletaub

“We knew it was emotional and touching, that it was a great story about one woman’s journey to find herself, but we were surprised to see how people appreciated the humor. I just hope people enjoy the movie and take what they can from it.”
– Marc Turtletaub

“Crazy Rich Asians” – Interview with Nico Santos

by Sara Michelle Fetters - August 22nd, 2018 - Interviews

“I’m speechless. I never thought I would have a career like this where I get to play complex, three-dimensional queer Asian characters. I always thought that when I got into this business that I would have to either butch it up, which listen, I cannot do, or like play silly sidekick roles, and the fact that I’m now portraying two really great queer Asian characters is mind-blowing to me.”
– Nico Santos

“I’m speechless. I never thought I would have a career like this where I get to play complex, three-dimensional queer Asian characters. I always thought that when I got into this business that I would have to either butch it up, which listen, I cannot do, or like play silly sidekick roles, and the fact that I’m now portraying two really great queer Asian characters is mind-blowing to me.”
– Nico Santos

“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” – Interview with Desiree Akhavan

by Sara Michelle Fetters - August 10th, 2018 - Film Festivals Interviews

“I made this film to make people feel less alone. I’m not into propaganda filming. That’s not my thing.”
– Desiree Akhavan

“I made this film to make people feel less alone. I’m not into propaganda filming. That’s not my thing.”
– Desiree Akhavan

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