DP/30 Archive for November, 2010

Love & Other Drugs, dir/co-wr Ed Zwick, co-wr/prod Marshall Herskovitz

DP/30 – They have been making TV and movies together for decades. This week, they have Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal in the Oscar-buzzed Love & Other Drugs. They took some time to talk about the film, their work together, and the future of the industry.

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Black Swan, actor Natalie Portman

SPOILER WARNING: We discuss the ultimate scenes in the film in this conversation.

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Biutiful, director Alejandro González Iñárritu, cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto, editor Stephen Mirrione, composer Gustavo Santaolalla, executive producer Guillermo del Toro

DP/30 – Five of the people who made Biutiful come to life, led by the writer/director, sit for a long chat about the film, the process, and the future of cinema for adults.

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The Social Network, actors Jesse Eisenberg & Andrew Garfield

DP/30 – The yin and the yang of The Social Network, two young actors, Jesse Eisenberg and Andrew Garfield talk about the film, their careers, and a life in show business as they sat for a chat at the Pacific Design Center.

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Budrus, director Julia Bacha

DP/30 – The Palestinian/Israeli conflict is one of the most divisive, intense political debates in the world. Budrus brings it down to the personal.

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DP/30: Winter’s Bone, actor Jennifer Lawrence

DP/30 – Jennifer Lawrence has become about as hot a commodity as a young actress can, based primarily on her powerful performance in Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone. The young actress spend 30 minutes chatting with David Poland and she may not be what you would expect.

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“One of comedy’s defining pathologies, alongside literal pathologies like narcissism and self-loathing, is its swaggering certainty that it is part of the political vanguard, while upholding one of the most rigidly patriarchal hierarchies of any art form.”
~ Lindy West

“When I was first divorced, I started dating younger women, and it was really exciting. But after a while I was like, This is just dumb. You date someone younger and it’s… limited. There’s no future in it. And as far as just going out and getting laid, that kinda got tired for me very quickly. It’s just—it’s very intimate. You’re letting her right into the middle of your life. You see someone and you’re like, She’s really hot, I want to be naked with her. And then you’re naked with her and you’re like, Jesus, she’s in my —-ing room and we’re naked. The idea of that—of just —-ing somebody—became silly to me.”
~ Louis C. K. To GQ, 2011