subscribe: Posts | Comments

Interview with Kenneth J. Harvey

Comments Off on Interview with Kenneth J. Harvey

LOLA: You were already an critically acclaimed author, what was it that made you transition into becoming a director?
KEN
: I grew bored with writing novels. I wanted a challenge. So, instead of being lockedaway in a room playing make-believe with imaginary people. I thought it wouldbe more interesting to get out in the world and play make-believe with real people.

 

LOLA: Where did the inspiration for this film come from?
KEN:
My daughter, Emma, wanted to act, so I wrote this script for her. She did a remarkable job.

 

LOLA: What can we expect from you next?
KEN:
My next film is just in the final stages of editing. It’s called: IT’S A GIRL.
It’s a Super 8 film about a girl who tells the story of the mother she never knew. Itwas made through NIFCO’s Super 8 program.

 

LOLA: Shakespeare or Spielberg?
KEN:
Both. Entertain and enlighten, enlighten and terrify, but always entertain.

 

LOLA: Hollywood vs. Indie?
KEN:
Both. There is always a happy medium ground. The trick to making films
or writing books is to make certain that the audience/reader always wants to
know what happens next. That’s always the main priority to hook interest.

 

LOLA: What is your opinion on internet distribution?
KEN:
I enjoy being able to share films will people who are interested.
The internet makes this an easy task.

 

Check out I’m 14 and I Hate the world

 

by: Lola Sutton
COPYRIGHT 2011 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED THE SCENE


Page 20 of 43« First...10...1819202122...3040...Last »