Media Interviews

Interview: Morgan Spurlock

Morgan Spurlock burst (at the seams) onto the documentary scene in 2004 with his exposé on fast food, “Super Size Me.” Since then he’s directed and produced a host of documentaries, culminating in his latest “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!,” which is due out on iTunes and On Demand on December 9, 2019. In…

Interview: Josh Trett

“The Black Shuck” is a short film from Norwich-based filmmaker Josh Trett. Based on the East Anglian legend of a ghostly black dog, it screened at festivals and is also available on Amazon. Critical Movie Critic writer Vincent M. Gaine caught up with Josh for the following discussion. VG: Vincent Gaine JT: Josh Trett

Interview: Elizabeth Healey

Getting her start in films like “Gory Greek Gods” and SyFy classics like “Croc” and “The Hive,” talented actress Elizabeth Healey has come a long way in a relatively short period of time. This past year she starred in well received “Mum’s List,” the Marvel blockbuster “Doctor Strange” and the romantic dramedy “Across the River,”…

Interview: Warren B. Malone

“Across the River” is a new movie that focuses on two ex-lovers who spend an afternoon together, exploring some unresolved emotions, as they walk and talk through the streets of London. The movie, director Warren B. Malone’s first full length feature, is a brisk 75 minutes buoyed by strong performances from its two lead actors…

Interview: Jon Cvack

Freelance filmmaker Jon Cvack has worn many hats in his treasured business of movie-making. Cvack’s juggling act is quite impressive and varied: Director, writer, production manager, production coordinator, producer and cinematographer. Clearly, this dedicated movie-maker is an avid admirer of the filmmaking process and one suspects that Cvack’s foray into conveying his creative vision on…

Interview: More Raça

More Raça, is an up-and-coming-director with a purpose. With her shorts “Amel,” “Where is Don?” and now the more recent and well received “Home,” she shines a spotlight to the conditions and institutions to her native Kosovo. We caught up with her as her latest film, which focuses on long standing traditions and patriarchy, opens…

Interview: Cody Broadway

Denver-based filmmaker Cody Broadway provides his brand of cinematic consciousness to his film project entitled “4 Quarters of Silence,” a revealing and uplifting new short documentary that is near and dear to his big Texan roots. As everyone knows the sport of football is pretty much a religious experience in the Lone Star State where…

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