Interviews

HAYWIRE Revenge-Filled Movie Poster Plus Soderbergh Interview

By at January 19, 2012 | 12:34 am | 0 Comment

HAYWIRE Revenge-Filled Movie Poster Plus Soderbergh Interview

Look at the front page of the online press kit for Steven Soderbergh's upcoming action-thriller, Haywire, and this badass movie poster stares back. It's as clear as shattered glass: Beyond the double-crossing spy stuff, this one is a flat-out revenge movie. And Soderbergh confirms the style and approach he was shooting for with Haywire. In an interview with the more...

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New Movie Preview, Theater Locations: STEVE JOBS THE LOST INTERVIEW

By at November 6, 2011 | 9:05 am | 0 Comment

New Movie Preview, Theater Locations: STEVE JOBS THE LOST INTERVIEW

When Apple head Steve Jobs recently passed away, we wondered if one of the two more visible Silicon Valley movies of the 1990s would resurface. One was the documentary based on Robert X. Cringely's book The Triumph of the Nerds (1995, right), a fantastic multi-part effort that originally aired on PBS. The second was Turner's "fictional" version of the story, Pirates of more...

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Kicking Butt and Throwing Flames: Our Interview with BELLFLOWER Director Evan Glodell

By at September 9, 2011 | 12:22 am | 0 Comment

Kicking Butt and Throwing Flames: Our Interview with BELLFLOWER Director Evan Glodell

If you find the hyphenate "writer-director-actor" impressive, you better sit down. Evan Glodell, creator of the exuberant, romance-gone-bad, muscle-car-madness, no-budget Bellflower is more than just the film's writer, director and star. He also developed new camera rigs, devised a flamethrower and, oh yeah, tricked out a muscle car. What'd you do today? After more...

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Building a Beast: Interview with Disney Animator Glen Keane

By at October 8, 2010 | 10:43 pm | 13 Comments

Building a Beast: Interview with Disney Animator Glen Keane

Animator Glen Keane had been working on Disney films for about a decade when he became part of an unexpected "golden age," a revived respect for the Mouse House's animated movies, a widespread admiration the studio hadn't enjoyed for decades. The year was 1987, The Little Mermaid was about to win over audiences, and Keane was asked to create the lead male character for an more...

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