Episode Six Of The Ted & Christine In Sundance Show, where Paul & Sam try to answer what their best Sundance experience has been.
Episode 6: Christine & Ted Talk To Paul Giamatti and Sam Rockwell
Episode Five Of The Christine & Ted In Sundance Show, where Paul Giamatti and Sam Rockwell discuss what it's like for them on set and what it means for them now that they work all the time.
The other interview Christine Vachon and I did for FilmCatcher (before they changed direction) at Sundance this year is now up on YouTube. The sounds not great, but the content's still revealing. It stars two of the greatest actors of our day (and that ain't CV or me), so check it out.
Back at the beginning of the year, Christine Vachon and I sat down with Alan Cumming, Jeff Lipsky, and Lee Daniels to talk with them about what it was like to sit in the director's chair after being established in other roles within the industry.
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In a post entitled "Issues Of Sustainability" on the Filmmaker Mag Blog, Lance Weiler talks about how we as filmmakers can produce for today's evolving audiences. In talking to filmmakers, I still find they often don't yet fully conceive what it means to adopt a "transmedia" approach to storytelling and marketing. On the other side of the spectrum though is what made Wired's recent post on "Why Hollywood Needs a New Model For Storytelling" such a gas -- they've got it and got it good. Check it out. We may not need to build the ARGs and seed the story so heavily on blogs and elsewhere as Scott Brown writes about, but we do need to give serious thought about how the hell to build audiences for our stories.
Todd Sklar tipped me to the video of the panel I participated on at Sundance, and now you can decide: push or ponder?