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Video Interview: Jessica Barden Discusses the Universality of ‘Holler’ and Other Movie Role Aspirations

Jessica Barden is a British actress with a strong accent best known for her role in the TV series The End of the F***ing World. She has played a handful of American characters in recent films like Pink Skies Ahead, Jungleland, and The New Romantic. Her newest film, Holler, finds her once again portraying an…

Netflix’s “Awake” Video Interview: Director Mark Raso on Sleep and Survival in “Awake”

Everyone could use a little more sleep. Those who have pulled all-nighters in college or been woken up by young children in the middle of the night know that not getting enough sleep can have detrimental effects and lead to lapses in judgment. But what if no one was able to sleep at all, and…

Interview with Actress Millicent Simmonds on ‘A Quiet Place Part II”

One of the best decisions director/writer John Krasinski made was in casting Millicent Simmonds as a lead in the sequel. Casting a hearing impaired actor made brilliant sense in that she could give her family a leg up having caused  them to silently communicate already.  That helps them handle a more silent world. Their skills at connecting through American…

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ : Interview with Writer/Director/Co-Producer John Krasinski

If you watched actor John Krasinski play Jim Halpert on the NBC sitcom The Office (2005–2013), you’d never know that he had also been a producer and director. Though known for this comedic role, he made the drama Brief Interviews with in 2009’s Hideous Men and the comedic The Hollars in 2016. In addition, he…

Deadly Illusions: An Exclusive Interview with Writer-Director-Producer Anna Elizabeth James

Creating stories that are based on personal experiences often times create the most gripping, intriguing characters and plotlines that audiences truly want to indulge in. That’s certainly the case for the characters in the latest drama from filmmaker Anna Elizabeth James, Deadly Illusions. The new movie from the writer-director-producer, who first rose to fame with…

A Quiet Place Part II : An Exclusive Interview with Actress Emily Blunt

In 2018’s A Quiet Place, the Abbott family finds ways to survive in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by viscous blind monsters with an acute sense of hearing who attack anything that makes a sound. Forced to live in silence, the Abbotts navigate a world in which creatures have overwhelmed and wiped out most of humanity….

Zack And Deborah Snyder On The Making of His Zombie Mash-Up Army of the Dead

A veteran Director Zack Snyder and his producer wife Deborah have had their ups and downs working with a big studio such as Warner Brothers. He had made a string of DC Superhero films. WB also held the reins to his crazy-ass Zombie Apocalypse epic, “Army of The Dead,” but the studio heads weren’t giving…

Interview: David Cross on Tackling Drama and the Outdoors in ‘The Dark Divide’

David Cross is primarily known as a comedian, beloved for his performances in shows like Arrested Development and Mr. Show. His distinctively low-pitched voice enables him to provide dry, hilarious delivery of lines in live-action and voiceover work alike. He won an Emmy for writing The Ben Stiller Show and has also been nominated for…

Take Out Girl : An Exclusive Interview with Actress/Writer Hedy Wong

Story: Tera Wong(Hedy Wong) delivers Chinese food for her mother’s struggling restaurant located in a territory referred to as the “Low Bottoms” in south central Los Angeles. And everyone around her, including her unpredictable brother Saren(Lorin Alond Ly), are financially trapped in this crime and violence-ridden neighborhood. That is until Tera takes a job from…

Interview: Star Clayne Crawford and Director Robert Machoian on ‘The Killing of Two Lovers’

Actor Clayne Crawford, a familiar face from Rectify and Lethal Weapon, stars in The Killing of Two Lovers, from writer-director Robert Machoian. I was lucky enough to see the film when it made its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020, and after a long wait and a release delay earlier this year,…

Interview: Dror Moreh on His New Documentary ‘The Human Factor’

There is no one who will tell you that the situation in the Middle East is not complicated. Numerous parties have tried over the course of seven decades of Israel’s official existence as a country to negotiate some sort of agreement that will ensure safety for Israelis and self-determination for Palestinians. Among the most high-profile…