Paul Bojack’s Glass, Necktie was a labor of love. “I’m not a guy who’s been making movies from the age of twelve and has always dreamt of being a filmmaker – it came to me kind of late,” says the proud filmmaker. “I took psychology and English in college, started off writing short stories and plays and then I made a short video a few years ago called Don’t Call Me (co-titled The Infidel) which won a gold plaque at Intercom International Film Festival and was a finalist at the Nashville Film Festival. The next thing I did was Glass, Necktie.”
Paul Bojack’s super 16mm feature comes to video and DVD this month.
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Posted on November 22, 2001 in Interviews by

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