2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH ISAAC BROWN AND ANA PAULA HABIB OF “TERRA BLIGHT”

The Director and Producer of “Terra Blight” talk with Nic Baisley about technology waste, share their passion for cleaning up this discarded machinery, and how they’re spreading the message here during the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival…



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2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH KEIICHI KOBAYASHI AND AI IKEDA of “ABOUT THE PINK SKY”

Director of “About the Pink Sky,” Keiichi Kobayashi, and first-time actress Ai Ikeda talk (through their translator) with Nic Baisler during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival about making indie film in Japan, working together, and their experiences at Sundance…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH KEVIN GORDON OF “NO WINE LEFT BEHIND”

Documentary director Kevin Gordon talks with Nic Baisley about his 2012 Slamdance Film Festival Selection “No Wine Left Behind.” He discusses leaving out politics out of his film, focusing on the plight of returning vets, and how he got in touch with his subjects to make the film…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH TYGH RUNYAN AND BRAD DRYBOROUGH OF “DOPPELGÄNGER PAUL”

The lead actors in the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival Official Selection “Dopplegänger Paul,” Tygh Runyan and Brad Dryborough, talk with Nic Baisley about the casting process, their acting backgrounds, and anecdotes from making the film…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH TODD KELLSTEIN OF “BUFFALO GIRLS”

“Buffalo Girls” director Todd Kellstein talks with Nic Baisley at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival about how he found the subject of his documentary, his extended editing process and how he sold everything he owned to get to Thailand to make this film…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH ERIK NIEL, AMIR MASUD, EVAN SEXTON and HAL MILLAN OF “WE LIVE OR WE DIE”

The crew of “We Live or We Die” talks with Nic Baisley during the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival about making the movie, getting help from the locals in the way of footage, and the vagaries of hard drive crashing and recovery. Oh, and that little revolution with some guy called Muammar Gaddafi…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH RUDD SIMMONS AND PHYLLIS VAN AMBURG OF “THE FIRST SEASON”

Filmmaker Rudd Simmons and “The First Season” documentary subject Phyllis van Amburg discuss with Nic Baisley why they made this project, Rudd’s influences in the documentary world and how this project affected not only the van Amburg family, but the town they live in as well…



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2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH LUC DÉRY, KIM MCCRAW AND PHILIPPE FALARDEAU OF “MONSIEUR LAZHAR”

Oscar-nominated director Philippe Falardeau and his producers Kim McCraw and Luc Déry talk with Nic Baisley during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival about their latest project which they adapted from a one-man play, “Monsieur Lazhar”…



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2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH MADS MATTHIESEN AND KIM KOLD OF “TEDDY BEAR”

Nic Baisley talks to “Teddy Bear” director Mads Matthiesen and lead actor Kim Kold talk about making indie films in their country, their experiences so far at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, and similarities between Kim and his character in the movie…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH SHANNON FITZPATRICK, FRANK RINALDI AND SCOTT LAIDLAW OF “SUNDOWNING”

Frank Rinaldi, the director of “Sundownding,” is joined by his lead actress Shannon Fitzpatrick and his editor Scott Laidlaw at the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival to talk with Nic Baisley about filming in another country and editing the mixture of film and digital footage used in their movie…



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2012 SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW EDISON, JOHN KARNA AND LUKE LOFTIN OF “BINDLESTIFFS”

“Bindlestiffs” director Andrew Edison is joined by his partners-in-crime John Karna and Luke Loftin to talk with Nic Baisley during the 2012 Slamdance Film Festival about school, camaraderie and improvisation…



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2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER ANDREW AHN

LGBT filmmaker Andrew Ahn talks with Nic Baisley during the 2012 Sundance Film Festival about making “Dol (First Birthday)” as a way to come out to his parents, Korean culture, and trying to anticipate the audiences for his movies…



Posted on February 23, 2012 by

THE INTERVIEW BIZARRE: 6 QUESTIONS FOR 7 FILMMAKERS

“THE THEATRE BIZARRE” IS CURRENTLY IN LIMITED RELEASE! As I was writing my questions for “The Theatre Bizarre” filmmakers, it occurred to me that I was very interested in what each of them thought about the Grand Guignol itself…



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REFLECTIONS IN THE FUNHOUSE MIRROR: A CONVERSATION WITH ROBERT MORGAN

2012 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL SHORT FILMMAKER! I’ve made it no secret that I think Robert Morgan is one of the best independent filmmakers working today. This isn’t empty flattery either. His entire oeuvre, in my opinion, is never less than excellent, or at the very least I feel that you’ll never feel cheated watching one of his films…



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IN SEARCH OF THOMAS INCE: INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN TAVES

A new biography explores the career and personal life of pioneering film producer Thomas Ince…



Posted on January 19, 2012 by

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