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BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Bernard Shakey/Neil Young Explains CSNY Deja Vu 

Veteran rocker Neil Young (using his filmmaking alter-ego, Bernard Shakey) hit Sundance to promote his new movie, CSNY Deja Vu—the film chosen to close the festival. The movie documents the Crosby, Stills, Nash ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Kicking It Director Susan Koch 

What do a junkie from Dublin, a bank robber from Spain, and war refugee from Afghanistan all have in common? They all competed in the Homeless World Cup ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Nerakhoon (The Betrayal) Director Ellen Kuras 

The Sundance-debuting documentary, Nerakhoon (The Betrayal), represents the directorial debut for cinematographer Ellen Kuras. Nerakhoon was the first professional feature film project Kuras ever got involved with, took her 23 years to complete, and was directly responsible for her decision to become a cinematographer ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Mike Seymour of I Love Sarah Jane 

Trevor Boyer caught up with Mike Seymour, executive producer and visual effects supervisor on I Love Sarah Jane, one of the shorts screening at Sundance ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Choke Director Clark Gregg 

Clark Gregg attended the Sundance Film Festival in 1999 as an actor, playing a transsexual. “I’d been there as an actor a couple of times,” Gregg recalls. “Once with a movie called The Adventures of Sebastian Cole ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Where in the World is Osama bin Laden? Editors Julie Lombardi and Gavin Coleman 

One of the more highly anticipated documentaries appearing this year at the Sundance Film Festival is Morgan Spurlock’s Where in the World is Osama bin Laden? The movie was largely shot by Spurlock’s small crew using primarily a Sony HDW-F900 camera system as they literally traveled the world attempting to unravel the mystery of the notorious terrorist’s whereabouts ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Captain Abu Raed DP Reinhart Peschke 

One of the earliest adopters of the Arriflex D-20 film-style digital camera for a major feature film this past year was cinematographer Reinhart Peschke, who shot a film debuting at Sundance called Captain Abu Raed, which was produced and filmed entirely in the nation of Jordan using the D-20 for writer-director Amin Matalqa ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Anywhere, USA Director Chusy Haney-Jardine 

Sundance wouldn’t be Sundance without firmly keeping its foot in independent cinema. When the festival is literally overrun by Hollywood each January, and mainstream fare such as a Barry Levinson film has its premiere there ...

BlogLive@Sundance 2008 Podcast: Be Kind, Rewind Director Michel Gondry 

French director Michel Gondry, the force behind 2004’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, offers Sundance Film Festival-goers a much differently offbeat piece this year with Be Kind, Rewind ...

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