“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

“The Cabin in the Woods” – Interview with Drew Goddard and Amy Acker

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 12th, 2012 - Interviews

“This movie definitely spoiled me. Making it was such a joy. I don’t know what I’m going to do next that’s going to have as much an opportunity to do as much crazy stuff as this one did.”
– Drew Goddard

“This movie definitely spoiled me. Making it was such a joy. I don’t know what I’m going to do next that’s going to have as much an opportunity to do as much crazy stuff as this one did.”
– Drew Goddard

“Being Flynn” – Interview with Paul Weitz

by Sara Michelle Fetters - March 15th, 2012 - Interviews

“I want them to think about their lives, about their parents, about how it all fits together. Everybody has humor, some sense of irony about their own lives, something that gets them up in the morning. I find that very realistic and a great lesson on how to get along in life.”
– Paul Weitz

“I want them to think about their lives, about their parents, about how it all fits together. Everybody has humor, some sense of irony about their own lives, something that gets them up in the morning. I find that very realistic and a great lesson on how to get along in life.”
– Paul Weitz

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