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Interview: Henry Selick on Coraline

Henry Selick on Coraline

Director Henry Selick is an American stop motion director, producer and writer who is best known for directing films such as The Nightmare Before Christmas and James and the Giant Peach.

His latest film is Coraline, an adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 2002 novella about a young girl who finds a portal to an alternate world, featuring the voices of Dakota FanningTeri Hatcher and Keith David.

I spoke with Henry recently in London about the film and you can listen to the interview here:

[audio:http://filmdetail.receptionmedia.com/Henry_Selick_on_Coraline.mp3]

You can download this interview as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here.

Coraline is out now at UK cinemas

> Download this interview as an MP3 file
> Henry Selick at the IMDb
> Official site for Coraline
> Find out more about the Neil Gaiman novella at Wikipedia

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Interview: Eran Creevy and Daniel Mays on Shifty

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Shifty is a new British film about a young drug dealer (Riz Ahmed) in a town just outside London who sees his life spiral out of control when his best friend (Daniel Mays) returns home.

Directed by Eran Creevy and co-starring Jason Flemyng and Francesca Annis, it was funded by Film London‘s Microwave scheme and shot in just 18 days.

I recently spoke with Eran and Daniel in London and we discussed the film and how it got made.

Listen to the interview here:

[audio:http://filmdetail.receptionmedia.com/Eran_Creevy_and_Daniel_Mays_on_Shifty.mp3]

You can download this interview as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here

 

Shifty is out at selected UK cinemas from Friday

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Eran Creevy and Daniel Mays at the IMDb
Official site for Shifty
Find out more about the Film London microwave scheme

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Interview: Justin Lin on Fast & Furious

Justin Lin on Fast and Furious

Justin Lin is the director of Fast & Furious, the fourth film in the franchise which sees Vin DieselPaul WalkerMichelle Rodriguez and Jordana Brewster reprise their roles from the original 2001 film.

He made his solo directorial debut with Better Luck Tomorrow in 1997 and went on to direct films such as Annapolis (2006) and the third Fast and Furious film Tokyo Drift (2006).

I spoke with him in London recently about this latest Fast and Furious film and the how he went about shooting the car sequences.

Listen to the interview here:

[audio:http://filmdetail.receptionmedia.com/Justin_Lin_on_Fast_and_Furious.mp3]

You can download this interview as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here

Fast & Furious is out now at UK cinemas

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> Justin Lin at the IMDb
> Official site for Fast and Furious
Find out more about the franchise at Wikipedia 

[Image courtesy of Universal Studios © 2009]

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Interview: Kari Scogland on Fifty Dead Men Walking

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Fifty Dead Men Walking is an adaptation of Martin McGartland’s 1997 autobiography, about his time as an informant within the Provisional IRA from 1988 til 1991. 

It stars Jim Sturgess as McGartland, Ben Kingsley as his British handler and was directed by Kari Scogland.

I recently spoke with Kari in London about the film and you can listen to the interview here:

[audio:http://filmdetail.receptionmedia.com/Kari_Scogland_on_Fifty_Dead_Men_Walking.mp3]

You can download this interview as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here

Fifty Dead Men Walking is out now at selected UK cinemas

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> Fifty Dead Men Walking and Kari Scogland at the IMDb
Find out more about Martin McGartland at Wikipedia

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Interview: Larry Charles on Religulous

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Larry Charles is the director of Religulous, a new documentary in which US comedian Bill Maher explores the subject of religion.

It sees them travel to numerous religious places, such as Jerusalem, the Vatican and Salt Lake City, where they interview believers from a variety of backgrounds and groups including a former member of Jews for JesusChristiansMuslims, former Mormons and Hasidic Jews.

Previously, he was writer on TV shows such as Seinfeld and Mad About You and more recently has directed episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm and the Borat movie

I spoke with Larry last October at the London Film festival where we discussed Religulous and the ideas behind it.

You can listen here:

[audio:http://filmdetail.receptionmedia.com/Larry_Charles_on_Religulous.mp3]

You can download this interview as a podcast via iTunes by clicking here

Religulous is out at UK cinemas on Friday 3rd April

> Download this interview as an MP3 file
> Official UK site
> Larry Charles at the
IMDb
> Find out more about world religion at Wikipedia