A Lot of Talking, Basically

Triska VisitorsThere’s so much film content in this week’s NOW that we had to spill it over onto the internet! Can you imagine? You don’t have to! Just start reading!

I talked to Godfrey Reggio and the team behind his fascinating new feature Visitorscomposer Philip Glass and editor Jon Kane, and executive producer Steven Soderbergh, who appears in the audio clips accompanying the Reggio interview.

You’ll also find an interview in the paper with Jeff Barnaby, writer-director of the aborginal drama Rhymes for Young Ghouls — and over on the NOW site, you’ll find an exclusive 2,000 word web Q&A with Mark Cousins, whose documentary A Story of Children and Film pops up at the Bloor this weekend.

Also, this week is NOW’s Think Free issue, so I wrote a little something on free movie screenings coming up in town in the next couple of months.

Oh, and I was interviewed by Global News yesterday for this thing about TIFF’s attempt to keep Telluride from bogarting its world premieres. I appear in the last 30 seconds, and look very shiny.

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