Category Archives: Interviews

Simon Curtis: “I love the idea of bringing the modern world and connecting it to the events of 1938.”

Simon Curtis is someone who thrives on taking a true story and retelling it on the silver screen. We caught up with the director to talk about his new film Woman in Gold.

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Johnny Harris: “Something happened out there. We went on a journey. We came back physically exhausted. We came back emotionally exhausted.”

British actor Johnny Harris talks about his role in Monsters: Dark Continent, his respect for director Tom Green and the on-set bromance with fellow co-star Sam Keeley.

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Michael Tully: “We had a huge house party and the Sundance people came. We had photo booth and we made it look like Ocean City so it was great. It was like a wedding day.”

Director Michael Tully on his new film Ping Pong Summer and how he got Susan Sarandon to play the part of “Randi Jammer” – a ping pong loving eccentric mentor.

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Guy Myhill: “The lead has never acted before in his life. He was on the dole in Dereham and a casting woman stumbled on him.”

Guy Myhill talks about his début film The Goob, hometown Norfolk, comparisons to Harmony Korine and what’s in store for the future.

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