Monday, March 14, 2011

Catherine Hardwicke Interview from SXSW

Part One: Red Riding Hood bestseller book tie-ins, films she wanted to make but couldn’t, Hamlet, trying to get on The Fighter, aiming at the teen girl demo, the odds against women filmmakers, creating fairy tale world and bad-ass bo-ho granny with dreadlocks (Julie Christie).  

Part Two: Hair styles, building village on soundstage, aerial shot of Red Riding Hood with red cape, Heironymous Bosch paintings, keeping it contemporary. 

Part Three: Male film critics and the Twilight factor, not doing the sequel. 

Part Four: Working with Amanda Seyfried. Critics vs. audiences, roller coaster careers, indie vs. studio. 

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