Tuesday, 23 October 2012

56th BFI London Film Festival Day Ten



At the 56th BFI LFF Premiere Scene’s William MacLaughlan and Anthony Bueno interview Seven Psychopaths writer / director / producer Martin McDonagh and Producer Colin Broadbent as we talk about filmmaking process and the importance of casting strong actors which in this film include Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell.



Movie magic continues at the 56th BFI LFF as Premiere Scene’s William MacLaughlan and Anthony Bueno interview festival regular producer/ director / writer / editor Pablo Trapero as he screens his new film Elephante Blanco (White Elephant). Join us as Trapero shares with us how he loves the variety of working with actors from different backgrounds and how moved he’s been of the success of the film on his home soil of Argentina.
 

The evenings penultimate film at the 56th BFI LFF Premiere Scene’s William MacLaughlan and Anthony Bueno interview writer / director Paul Andrew Williams about his departure from horror and what inspired this film Song For Marion. Actors Terence Stamp, Gemma Arterton, Orla Hill  speak of their enjoyment of working with such a great cast.



We finish of the evening at the 56th BFI LFF Premiere Scene’s William MacLaughlan and Anthony Bueno interview joint directors Glenn Leyburn and Lisa Barros D’Sa tell us why they wanted to be attached to the film Good Vibrations the story of Terri Hooley and the Good Vibrations record store. Actor Richard Dormer talks about the joy of playing such an inspirational man and Terri Hooley himself tells us how it took eight years to finally get the project off the ground and the dangers of being a punk in Belfast in the 70’s.

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