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INTERVIEWS







Interviews 191 to 200 of 200 Interviews in our records


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04/05/2003

Ray Gideon: Originally an actor, Ray Gideon first took the turn into writing 20 years ago with fellow actor Bruce Evans, and the two of them have been working together ever since. It's a partnership that has yielded some impressive credits, first with short films then to feature films with their first sold script, A Man, A Woman and A Bank. This first effort launched their career, which has included films such as Stand By Me , Starman, Made In Heaven, Jungle and Jungle 2 among others.

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04/05/2003

Lewis Colick: Lewis Colick estimates that he's been writing for 25 years and 'making a living at it for about 18.' His critically-acclaimed October Sky earned him the 1999 Humanitas Prize for Best Feature Script and a Writers Guild nomination for Best Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published. Colick's genre-spanning credits also include the feature films Unlawful Entry and The Next Worst Thing, which he co-wrote with Joe Gayton. But like many, Lewis Colick began earning professional dollars writing TV sitcoms, a career at least twice removed from his original goal.

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04/05/2003

Jeunet Interview: Director Jean-Pierre Jeunet is interviewed about his visual feast, the French hit, Amelie, starring Audrey Tautou. Jeunet's prior works include the fairytale City of Lost Children, Delicatessen, and Alien 4.

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04/05/2003

Crowe Interview: Writer/director Cameron Crowe is interviewed about his psychological twister, Vanilla Sky, starring Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Cameron Diaz and Kurt Russell. Crowe's large body of work includes Singles, Jerry Maguire, Say Anything, Almost Famous, and the quintessential high school film Fast Times at Ridgemont High.

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04/05/2003

Amenabar Interview: Writer/director Alejandro Amenabar is interviewed about his supernatural thriller, Nicole Kidman-starrer The Others. Among the Chilean filmmaker's other credits are Abre los ojos, later remade by Cameron Crowe as Vanilla Sky.

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04/03/2003

Goyer Interview: David Goyer is interviewed about his directorial debut Zigzag. Goyer, best known for writing the Blade films, has also been the screenwriter behind such notable films as Dark City and Crow 2: City of Angels. Goyer's recent work includes the screenplay for the upcoming Freddy vs Jason and a producing stint on Ghost Rider.

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04/03/2003

Chabon Interview: Powells.com interviews pulitzer-prize winning novelist Michael Chabon. Not covered in the interview, Chabon was recently named as the writer of Sony's much anticipated sequel to Spider-Man.

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04/03/2003

Mendes Interview: Empire Online talks with the director of Road To Peridition Sam Mendes. The former theater director's film career took off with 1999's Best Picture winner American Beauty. Now he talks about his latest work starring Tom Hanks, Paul Newman, and Jude Law.

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04/03/2003

Griffin Interview: Dark Horizons interviews comedian Eddie Griffin about his latest film DysFunktional Family, a documentary in which the comedian pokes fun at his own off the wall family members. The film follows Griffin as he heads back home to a family reunion, which includes two uncles - one a porn director and the other an ex-pimp. The family reunion is intercut with a mixture of the comedian's wild stage routines.

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04/03/2003

Schrader Interview: Paul Schrader, writer of such notable screenplays as Taxi Driver, Obsession, Raging Bull, The Mosquito Coast and The Last Temptation Of Christ. He is also a director in his own right and has directed many of his own scripts, including Hardcore, American Gigolo and Light Sleeper. His latest directorial credit is Auto Focus, written by Michael Gerbosi.

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