“Inside Out” – Interview with Pete Docter & Jonas Rivera

by Sara Michelle Fetters - June 26th, 2015 - Film Festivals Interviews

“With kids, what’s the first language they speak? Well, that’s emotion…Even if they don’t understand the specifics of what is being talked about, if they see a character is upset or fearful or happy, they respond to that.”

“With kids, what’s the first language they speak? Well, that’s emotion…Even if they don’t understand the specifics of what is being talked about, if they see a character is upset or fearful or happy, they respond to that.”

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“54: The Director’s Cut” – Interview with Mark Christopher

by Sara Michelle Fetters - May 29th, 2015 - Film Festivals Interviews

The new film is a revelation…All-in-all, it’s a completely different motion picture, and one definitely worth seeing.

The new film is a revelation…All-in-all, it’s a completely different motion picture, and one definitely worth seeing.

“Insurgent” – Interview with Jai Courtney

by Sara Michelle Fetters - March 20th, 2015 - Interviews

“I think I’m pretty realistic. I’m lucky to be able to do what it is I do for a living and I want to keep doing it. You have to have some caution and you have to be aware of what people think but at the same time you can’t design your entire career around trying to keep everyone happy.”

“I think I’m pretty realistic. I’m lucky to be able to do what it is I do for a living and I want to keep doing it. You have to have some caution and you have to be aware of what people think but at the same time you can’t design your entire career around trying to keep everyone happy.”

“Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead” – Interview with Director Kiah Roache-Turner

by Sara Michelle Fetters - February 23rd, 2015 - Interviews

“It’s a funny thing; this is a very Australian film. The humor. The way we put it together. The places we took inspiration from. It’s all pretty Aussie.”

“It’s a funny thing; this is a very Australian film. The humor. The way we put it together. The places we took inspiration from. It’s all pretty Aussie.”

“Just Life”: Richard Linklater Talks Boyhood

by Sara Michelle Fetters - July 25th, 2014 - Film Festivals Interviews

“It’s just one of those crazy ideas that you have,” Richard Linklater says with a smile. “I was trying to make a film about childhood, but I couldn’t find a spot to begin.”

“It’s just one of those crazy ideas that you have,” Richard Linklater says with a smile. “I was trying to make a film about childhood, but I couldn’t find a spot to begin.”

Nick Frost in "Cuban Fury" eOne Entertainment

Cuban Fury Interview: Nick Frost

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 11th, 2014 - Interviews

Nick Frost Dances His Way to Redemption in ‘Cuban Fury’. Sprung forth from an idea that had been lingering on the forefront of actor Nick Frost’s brain for some time, ‘Cuban Fury’ is a Salsa-fueled romantic comedy that’s one part Strictly Ballroom, another part Rocky and final part Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Nick Frost Dances His Way to Redemption in ‘Cuban Fury’. Sprung forth from an idea that had been lingering on the forefront of actor Nick Frost’s brain for some time, ‘Cuban Fury’ is a Salsa-fueled romantic comedy that’s one part Strictly Ballroom, another part Rocky and final part Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Touchy Feely Interview: Lynn Shelton

by Sara Michelle Fetters - December 11th, 2013 - Interviews

Embracing Vulnerability Lynn Shelton Finds Strength in Being Uncomfortable If you blinked this past September, you might have missed Seattle native writer/director Lynn Shelton’s latest drama-comedy hybrid Touchy Feely playing in theatres. If so, then you didn’t get to experience its odd, idiosyncratic emotional delights, the film a dexterous character study about a popular massage […]

Embracing Vulnerability Lynn Shelton Finds Strength in Being Uncomfortable If you blinked this past September, you might have missed Seattle native writer/director Lynn Shelton’s latest drama-comedy hybrid Touchy Feely playing in theatres. If so, then you didn’t get to experience its odd, idiosyncratic emotional delights, the film a dexterous character study about a popular massage […]

“What Maisie Knew” – Interview with Scott McGehee and David Siegel

by Sara Michelle Fetters - May 31st, 2013 - Film Festivals Interviews

“Going through a difficult experience isn’t the end of the line. There can be hope. It’s out there; you just have to grab it.”
– Scott McGehee

“Going through a difficult experience isn’t the end of the line. There can be hope. It’s out there; you just have to grab it.”
– Scott McGehee

“Simon Killer” – Interview with Antonio Campos and Brady Corbet

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 10th, 2013 - Interviews

“This character is a subversion of genre, a subversion of self. The whole movie is a subversion of genre. It should defy expectations. It’s a mystery that I hope the audience is always curious to try and figure out.”
– Brady Corbet

“This character is a subversion of genre, a subversion of self. The whole movie is a subversion of genre. It should defy expectations. It’s a mystery that I hope the audience is always curious to try and figure out.”
– Brady Corbet

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