Interviews Archive for January, 2011

“The Film That Changed My Life”: Richard Kelly On Brazil

Robert K. Elder’s latest book, “The Film that Changed My Life,” came together as he met filmmakers as part of his regular writing assignments, and then got them to expand on one film that changed their lives, and what form that “change” took. Among the thirty equally appealing conversations, Kevin Smith talks Slacker; Danny Boyle,…

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The Gronvall Files: Good Company: A Conversation with The Company Men Director John Wells

As this year’s Sundance Film Festival unfolds, one of the films that made a splash there a year ago, The Company Men, John Wells’s feature directorial debut, is gathering steam in its commercial rollout. The acclaimed writer-producer behind TV hits like ER and The West Wing, as well as Southland (which found a new home…

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“Less is more and more is more. It’s the middle that’s not a good place.”
Paula Scher

“I WAS SO IGNORANT.   I couldn’t foresee that the scripted vulgarity of reality television was becoming the new societal norm. I naively assumed that the traditional American values of decency, fair play, equanimity, tolerance, truthfulness and individualism would prevail.”
~ Paul Schrader