Every once in a while, someone interesting will agree to speak with us. Here you will find more than 15-years of archived interviews with producers, filmmakers, actors, below-the-line creatives, legends, and more.
We are also currently the host of two recurring interview series:
We chat with the legendary cinematographer about finding a unique, almost black-and-white image for Antoine Fuqua’s new film. Why did it scare the hell out of him?
We chat with costume designer Deborah L. Scott about ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ and how virtual fittings differ from practical ones.
We chat with the cinematographer about the Westerns that influenced Martin McDonagh’s psychological slugfest.
We chat with the director about his new Robo-Santa slasher and why it had to be shot on 16mm. Ho-Ho-Ho-Holiday Grain!
We chat with the composer about the challenges director Martin McDonagh initiated and how they arrived at a whimsical sound to counter the film’s dark mood.
We chat with the cinematographer about striking the right balance between fairy tale action and historically accurate drama.
We chat with the filmmaker about the anxiety he carried into ‘The Northman’ and how the shoot guarantees that his next films will only be better.
We chatted with the fight coordinator about the many comics and cartoons he devoured to bring authenticity to the ‘Black Adam’ fights.
By Meg Shields
“I felt so privileged to be touching that sweet corpse head.”