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DP/30: Another Earth, director/co-writer Mike Cahill, actor/co-writer Brit Marling

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4 Responses to “DP/30: Another Earth, director/co-writer Mike Cahill, actor/co-writer Brit Marling”

  1. sanj says:

    the best part – 19 minutes – DP asks about her being in Transformers 4. fun stuff.

  2. Geoffrey Faulkner says:

    I am trying to contact Mike Cahill, I am lecturing this year in 12 countries on exactly this topic, I am an ET Contactee, not a nut, im a Horse rancher in Northen CA. if he could just look up Geoffrey Faulkner on Youtube, I am doing interview after interview on radio. We need to speak, soon. Thank you Geoffrey Faulkner
    healer_ca48@hotmail.com also on face book.

  3. DukeD1989 says:

    Was this all a view from a mirror in the room…?? If so, brilliant! Anyway, loved Another Earth, I was one that really connected with it and what they were trying to get across. I think Cahill and Marling are both brilliant, listening to them here (and at a Q&A I attended), they seem to truly have a passion for film making and a great perspective as to how or why a story should be told and how to approach telling it. Can’t wait to see what they do next. Also, awesome that he mentioned The Double Life of Véronique, because I always felt that a particular action Rhoda does at the end of the film was very much like that last scene in The Double Life of Veronique.

  4. Viewer says:

    Wow, could this guy be anymore pretentious and self-important?

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