Category Archives: One-on-One

One-on-one interviews are favored among entertainment reporters because it gives them a chance to get information that perhaps nobody else at the junket will get. Of course, that depends on how saavy the reporter is regarding his questions. These interviews are done by request only and are usually granted to outlets that have wide circulation or high web ranking. One-on-one interviews can also be done over the phone.

“Play the Game” looks at love beyond 70

0 Submitted by on Fri, 02 October 2009, 04:00
By Sandra Kraisirideja There are plenty romantic comedies involving actors under the age of 30, but not many with a cast that’s over 70. “Play the Game,” starring Andy Griffith, Doris Roberts and Liz Sheridan takes a fresh look at the challenges and consequences of falling in love at any age. Paul Campbell and Marla Sokoloff also star as two Continue Reading...
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“White on Rice” interviews with director and cast

0 Submitted by on Wed, 09 September 2009, 01:00
By Sandra Kraisirideja “White on Rice”is a contemporary story about family, marriage and love told with an Asian-American perspective. It’s a sweet story that is both entertaining and funny. “White on Rice” is is the second feature from writer-director Dave Boyle, who tackled Asian American themes in “Big Dreams Little Tokyo.” It stars Hiroshi Watanabe, Nae, Lynn Chen, James Kyson Continue Reading...
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“Gotta Dance” is for the young at heart

0 Submitted by on Mon, 24 August 2009, 08:00
By Sandra Kraisirideja “Gotta Dance” is an upbeat, inspirational documentary that blows apart stereotypes associated with age. In 2007 the New Jersey Nets basketball team incorporated a senior hip hop dance crew to its entertainment lineup and documentary filmmaker Dori Berinstein was fortunate enough to be there for the first audition and beyond. The dancers include 11 women and one Continue Reading...
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Neal Brennan moves to the big screen with “The Goods”

0 Submitted by on Thu, 20 August 2009, 08:00
By Sandra Krairirideja Director Neal Brennan got his start as a writer and director on “Chappelle’s Show.” His first full-length feature,  “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard,” opened Aug. 14 to mixed reviews, but Brennan avoids reading reviews because he knows you can’t please everyone. Brennan chatted with about the making of the movie and his plans for his Continue Reading...
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“Tyson” director finds the boxer’s tender side

0 Submitted by on Fri, 14 August 2009, 08:00
By Sandra Kraisirideja Oscar-nominated screenwriter James Toback may be the only person who could have executed a documentary about boxing legend Mike Tyson. Toback, who was nominated for an Oscar and Golden Globe for “Bugsy,” has been friends with Tyson for years. What joins the two together is that they are both survivors of industries that take the best out Continue Reading...
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Interview with writer and director of “The Collector”

0 Submitted by on Thu, 30 July 2009, 17:52
By Sandra Kraisirideja sat down with the writer/director of “The Collector,” Marcus Dunstan and his writing partner Patrick Melton prior to a special screening at Comic-Con for thier movie. The duo is best known for penning “Saw” IV, V and VI as well as the Project Greenlight entry “Feast.” Click here to listen to the one-on-one interview. Photo: Patrick Continue Reading...
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Screenwriter David L. Johnson discusses “The Orphan”

0 Submitted by on Thu, 23 July 2009, 22:11
By Sandra Kraisirideja Screenwriter David L. Johnson sat down with to discuss “The Orphan,” an R-rated horror in the evil child genre with a unique twist. Johnson, a native of Mansfield, OH, was in a unique situation earlier this year; “The Orphan” went into production just as the writer’s strike was building steam. Despite this setback, Johnson concedes that Continue Reading...
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