Amber Fares, director of the documentary Speed Sisters (reviewed here) found time in her upcoming promotional schedule to answer some of our questions.
Natalie Prass talks to BBC Love Festivals
Earlier this year Natalie Prass released her debut eponymous album to critical acclaim. A singer-songwriter from Virginia her album is a standout in a new American indie scene. Currently on tour around Europe she took a short break before her performance on the Mountain Stage at Green Man to chat with us about …
Interview with Magali Pettier
Magali Pettier’s first feature documentary was shown at Sheffield DocFest earlier this year and has now gotten a cinematic release in the UK this weekend. She managed to give us some time out of her busy schedule on the day of her London premiere to answer a few questions.
Fiona Stewart – The woman behind the Green Man
Founded in 2003 Green Man has won accolades for its intimate vibe and ethical style. For 4 days a year it is home to 20,000 festival goers from all ages and walks of life. This year tickets sold out 3 months before the event and the offerings included music, comedy, film, arts, rides and science, as well as the beautiful surroundings of the Brecon Beacons.
BBC Love Festivals talk to Hannah Lou Clark
Last year Hannah Lou Clark’s solo debut EP Silent Type introduced her to a whole new audience. 2015 has seen her on tour promoting the new sound and honing her showmanship. She played at Green Man in the Walled Garden while the sun was shining and we caught up with her on a rare break. She shared her thoughts with us on …
“To me everything in film is incredible”
With her first feature, They Are All Dead, Beatriz Sanchis filmed in her home town of Madrid. She talks about her love of film and the lessons she learned on set. Continue reading
Andrew Hulme director of Snow in Paradise
Andrew Hulme director of Snow in Paradise, his debut feature, took some time out from work in LA to answer some of my questions. Continue reading
“You just have to do it, you have to put your feet on the ground and make a film”
Stephanie Joalland, originally from France, has made her debut feature here in the UK, The Quiet Hour is an intimate take on the alien invasion genre and was one of the gala films at Raindance 2014. She talks to us about her working life. Continue reading
Director Lenny Abrahamson
I was able to prise the director away from his current project in an LA hotel to chat about Frank out this week on DVD.
How did you get involved with Frank?
4 years ago I got sent a script by my agent, it was a strange project, impossible to categorise and I thought “Am I really going to film this?” Continue reading
“I’ve tried to focus on the projects rather than the ceilings”
Documentary filmmaker Maureen Judge hails from Canada and has an industry CV that spans over 20 years. Working in TV and film she here shares her expertise and talks of the new challenges she faced with her latest project Living Dolls. Continue reading