Michael Aguilar discusses The Giant Claw and making the stop motion wonder of “Godzilla 2014 vs. The Giant Claw, Part I!” (Thanks, Kate!)
In a 1988 Sight And Sound interview, Patricia Highsmith talks about film adaptations of her novels, from Strangers On A Train (1950) to The American Friend (1977)
Art Of The Title looks the opening credits for The Man In The High Castle, True Detective and at Momentum, Alex Maragos interviews Andrew Geraci about making the opening credits for House Of Cards.
Author and comics creator Marjorie Liu is interviewed by Nerds of Color and The Beat about her latest comic, Monstress. “There are a couple ways to describe Monstress. The first way is as a dark steampunk epic fantasy about a girl who has a psychic connection to a monster. On another level, there were a […]
The Nerdist Podcast has an interview with Bruce Campbell. They discuss the cycling infrastructure in Miami, Burn Notice and Ash vs The Evil Dead.
Christopher Lee talks about black magic, playing a blasphemous priest in To The Devil A Daughter, Anton LaVey, Ian Fleming and Dracula in a 1975 interview.
The New York Times writes about Star Trek: New Voyages: “It was a sequence for Star Trek: New Voyages, a project inspired by the childhood passion that James Cawley, the show’s executive producer, had for the 1960s science-fiction television series. Episodes, which are only available online, feature a handful of professional actors in lead roles […]
At The Village Voice, Jackson Connor writes about the making of The Warriors. Amid the refurbished boardwalk and laughter of children, it’s easy to forget that Coney Island was once a place where tourists did not venture. For much of the latter half of the twentieth century, street gangs dominated this neighborhood. They ran rampant […]
At the Guardian, Elizabeth Day talks with Geena Davis about feminism, sexism in the film industry and the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. “I mean, it’s freaky when you start examining it. For decades it’s been the same ratio – we’ve all grown up on that ratio. Could it be that women’s presence […]
At fbomb, Sabrina N. interviews Ashley Armitage. “21-year-old Seattle-based photographer and filmmaker Ashley Armitage’s work is largely a tribute to female friendships and femininity. Her dreamy, nuanced photography lets viewers into the intimate, magical moments of girlhood. They depict beauty routines and sleepovers. They unabashedly celebrate and normalize body hair, tampons and bras. The collection […]
At the Guardian, Kate Beaton talks about comics, history and her years working in Alberta’s oil sands.
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews Roxanne Benjamin who is one of the directors for the horror anthology, Southbound (2015), and is a co-producer for The Devil’s Candy and the V/H/S series. “Watching the whole come together as greater than the sum of its parts–these separate visions that we’re helping to bring to screen to make […]
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director Soi Cheang at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Midnight Madness blog.
At Indiewire, directors Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz talk about genre, violence and the fear that people aren’t who you think they are. “‘I think if violence is grounded in something which is true to characters and to the world, it’s important to show it in cinema,’ said Franz. ‘We need to confront people. It’s […]
The Gutter’s own Carol interviews director and screenwriter Lucile Hadžihalilović at the Vanguard Program Blog of the Toronto International Film Festival. Hadžihalilović is the director of Innocence (2004) and Evolution (2015), as well as the screenwriter of Gaspar Noé’s Enter The Void (2009).
The New Yorker has a profile of author Gene Wolfe. “His narrators may be prophets, or liars, or merely crazy, but somewhere in their stories they help to reveal what Wolfe most wants his readers to know: that compassion can withstand the most brutal of futures and exist on the most distant planets, and it […]
Remezcla has a gallery of Lourdes Grobet’s portraits of luchadores with their families and a bit of an interview with her. (Yes, the luchadores are in their masks and often wearing suits or casual wear, which is the best thing). (Thanks, Matt!) “Father and warrior, the masked wrestler is the perfect metaphor for the duality […]
Hadley Freeman profiles Amy Poehler. ‘“Amy made it clear that she wasn’t there to be cute,” Fey writes. “She wasn’t there to play wives and girlfriends in the boys’ scenes. She was there to do what she wanted to do and she did not fucking care if you like it.”’
The New York Times Sunday Book Review has an interview with author Ursula K. Le Guin. “I read mostly novels, any kind of novels, and poetry, and all kinds of nonfiction, especially some kinds of science, biographies, some history, and books about and by Native Americans, and Tierra del Fuego, and Darwinian adaptation — oh, […]
At Manga Comics Manga, Deb Aoki starts a conversation about suggestions in interviewing Japanese manga creators. “Here’s our tips for pre-interview prep, interview questions to avoid, tips for having more productive conversations with comics pros from Japan, plus seven requests that I’d like to make to publicists, convention guest coordinators and publishers that might help […]
At Autostraddle, Miss Major talks about the Stonewall riot and the erasure of Trans folk, and in particular Trans folk of color, in representations of Stonewall. “The best thing I can remember about that night is that when the girls decided, ‘no, we ain’t doing this,’ some of the girls got out of the paddy wagon […]keep looking »