THE SUNDANCE KID IS BACK: INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER ARI GOLD

Ari’s comedy, “Adventures of Power,” which premiered at Sundance during the “year of the bankruptcies” and is finally out on DVD/VOD, is about air-drumming and the American Dream. Coincidentally, this article is about the movie and the American Dream…



Posted on February 17, 2011 by

“IF THEY’RE GOING TO GIVE US ALL THESE CREDIT CARDS, WHY CAN’T WE MAKE A MOVIE WITH THEM?” INTERVIEW WITH SCOTT HILLENBRAND

When I do these interviews I’m constantly reminded of why I love films and the people who make them. Whenever I’m prepping for an interview I always tell myself, “I’m not spending more then an hour on the phone.” Well, in this case, with the producer/director of “Transylmania,” I disregarded that once again…



Posted on May 10, 2010 by

MOVIE MAKING IS LIKE PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING, JUST WITHOUT THE PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING : AN INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER TOMMY AVALLONE

There comes a time when your path crosses with a person several times over several years and for whatever reason, you never get to meet that person. That’s how it’s been with Tommy Avallone and I…



Posted on April 7, 2010 by

MOVIES ABOUT MISERY, SOMETIMES COME FROM MISERY: INTERVIEW WITH PRODUCER MILLIE STANISIC

Producer Stanisic of “Winter of Frozen Dreams” talks about how making a movie about misery came from a producing experience full of misery…



Posted on March 9, 2010 by

FOURTEENTH FILM IS THE CHARM, OR NOT?: INTERVIEW WITH MIKE LEGGE

Mike Legge talks about his fourteenth film, “My Mouth Lies Screaming,” and what it’s like to keep making films that literally only a handful of people actually like…



Posted on March 2, 2010 by

FINDING “PALLADIN” – AND SUBSTANCE: INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER ANDRZEJ KRAKOWSKI

Veteran writer-director Andrzej Krakowski discusses personal filmmaking outside of studio limits – and the US.



Posted on November 23, 2009 by

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