Tag: interviews

Interview with Sammo Hung

The Hollywood Reporter interviews actor/director/producer/martial arts cinema legend and 2019’s HKIFF Filmmaker in Focus, Sammo Hung Kam-Bo. “I’m proud of all my films. I’ve enjoyed great success in many different genres. I have been very blessed to have so many ideas and to continuously produce successful films. I’m […]

Interview with Cathy Guisewite

At The Cut, Rachel Syme interviews cartoonist Cathy Guisewite. “I also told her that, as we sat in her country-chic breakfast nook in Studio City, California, discussing the legacy of Cathy and the world Guisewite created, I could not stop thinking about my own mother, a highly functional […]

Interview with Penelope Spheeris

Katie Rife interviews Penelope Spheeris, director of The Decline of Western Civilization documentary series and Wayne’s World (1992). “If they don’t hire me because I’m a woman—because I’m an older woman—if they don’t hire me, I don’t give a shit. I don’t know who fired who, but as […]

Interview with author Joe Haldeman

Joe Haldeman, author of The Forever War series and Vietnam War vet, is interviewed on the What A Horrible Way To Die podcast. “This week, Francis did some damn journalism. He interviewed Joe Haldeman, author of the 1974 sci-fi masterpiece The Forever War, about his Army service and […]

Interview with Jane Curtin

Jane Curtin talks about improv, Saturday Night Live, sit-coms and Can You Ever Forgive Me? (2019) at The New Yorker. “I loved doing improv, and I was really good at it. I would come from an area that nobody else would come from. One of the things that […]