Interview

Short Film Find Polis – Interview with Steven Ilous

What's the next big thing you would need to hear or have happen to move you guys towards a feature length expansion of Polis? -- Well, we won the competition so that is very exciting news. We are just starting the journey of making POLIS. We cant say too much but we're excited by all the support and producers involved.

Rabbit and Deer Short Film Interview With Péter Vácz

I think your answer is great. The two characters were partly based on my previous love relationship/on us, and she had a quite different personality from mine but that's what inspired me to be with her. To learn something from another person who I can respect, who can show me the world, little things the way I haven't seen them before and bring the best out of me. And it's one of the best things in life if this need for sharing is mutual from both sides. (Well she did textile design and I make films...which is quite different, but at least both are art in a way)According to your children's question I think they wanted to know why R&D didn't 'do the fun stuff' anymore together since it's hard to accept or see when something good ends (changes).

Short Film Find Interview Confusion Through Sand

Short Film Find Interview Confusion Through Sand Every now and again you experience something so new and innovative you reevaluate everything you've seen before.  Confusion Through Sand is like that.  At fir...

Her Story Game Interview With Sam Barlow

Right now I can't think of another game with a more innovative play technique happening. Within was interesting as an experiment.  Maybe The Witness will return us to our Myst roots too?  But those are all recognizable as "games".  Navigate the world.  Investigate your environment.  Solve problems.  Move to the next area, repeat.  But Her Story is completely different.

Veela Singer Songwriter Interview

Veela Singer Songwriter Interview - wherein I convince another exceedingly polite person to talk to me against their better intentions.

Interview with Time Lapse Director Bradley King

I can’t say it was quite as thin of a shoestring as Primer (which I love). We actually self funded the movie, just saved up for a few years and then went for it. It was great because it allowed us total creative freedom, but I think on the next one we’d like to find backers of one form or another.