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Josh Hartnett & Atsuko Hirayanagi

Josh and Atsuko discuss Oh Lucy!’s themes, characters and the filmmaking process. Actor Josh Hartnett and director Atsuko Hirayanagi have brought their film Oh Lucy! to London to open the 2017 edition of the Raindance Film Festival. The film is a study of a unique female character, as well as taboo themes that we are […]

Tom Bennett

Actor Tom Bennett discusses new play Raising Martha, working with Christopher Guest, and his breakout role in Love & Friendship by Joanna Orland Tom Bennett is a hardworking British actor known for projects including E4 television series PhoneShop, Christopher Guest projects Family Tree and Mascots, Ricky Gervais’ Life on the Road and notably his breakout […]

Justin Kelly

Director Justin Kelly discusses his films I Am Michael and King Cobra by Joanna Orland Screenwriter and director Justin Kelly first garnered industry attention when his debut feature I Am Michael premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2015.  His second film King Cobra continues the tradition set by I Am Michael, by being based on […]

Eddie Izzard

Eddie Izzard discusses gender issues, politics and his new film Rock Dog by Joanna Orland I met with stand-up comedian, actor and soon-to-be politician Eddie Izzard on a yacht parked outside of the Palais des Festivals at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.  Along with director Ash Brannon, Izzard was doing roundtable interviews for their new […]

Ash Brannon

Director Ash Brannon discusses the making of his new animated film Rock Dog by Joanna Orland Ash Brannon is a writer, animator and director who has worked on classic films including Pixar’s Toy Story and Toy Story 2, Dreamworks’ Over the Hedge, and the Oscar-nominated penguin film Surf’s Up.  His latest film Rock Dog is […]

Dane DeHaan

“I don’t think it’s really up to me to tell people what the bear is…” Dane DeHaan has garnered quite a fan following, becoming one of the film industry’s most sought after actors of his generation.  From his critically acclaimed performance as Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings to his turn as Green Goblin Harry […]

Garry Marshall

Garry Marshall and Jason Sudeikis on the set of Mother’s Day Veteran director Garry Marshall has a prolific catalogue of beloved work – from his TV career working on such classics including The Odd Couple, Mork & Mindy and Happy Days to his film career directing iconic movies including Overboard, Beaches, The Princess Diaries and […]

Babak Anvari

Director Babak Anvari discusses his feature film debut Under the Shadow which premieres at Sundance Film Festival 2016 by Joanna Orland Iranian born, London based director Babak Anvari is making a name for himself in the film industry.  His short film Two & Two was nominated for a BAFTA in 2012, and his debut feature […]

Sam Waterston

by Joanna Orland Sam Waterston has had a long and prosperous acting career.  Known best for his roles in The Killing Fields, Law & Order, The Newsroom and most recently Grace and Frankie, Sam’s latest project is a short film directed by his son Graham Chychele Waterston entitled And It Was Good. The Waterstons are […]

Louis Cancelmi

by Joanna Orland Graham Chychele Waterston’s latest film And It Was Good is a family affair.  We’ve interviewed the Waterston talent behind this wonderful film, including Graham with his sister Katherine, patriarch Sam Waterston, and now the director’s brother-in-law and star of And It Was Good, Louis Cancelmi:   Can you talk a bit about […]