PAUSE OF THE CLOCK on the White City Cinema Radio Hour

Michael Smith, a fellow filmmaker and an erudite film scholar, honored me by conducting a wide ranging interview with me on the new episode of his podcast the White City Cinema Radio Hour. You can also access it via PodSnack. Check it out! In addition to discussing the influence of Lorca, Godard, and Ozu on the film I also reveal, for the first time, how Paul McCartney’s Give My Regards to Broad Street acted as my screenwriting template. (Hey, I was only 19 at the time!)

Remember: Pause of the Clock will have its Chicago Premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Monday, October 3 at 8:00 p.m. Just a few short days away! So get your tickets!

POTCposter7x9_hires_DFFI’ll be in attendance alongside members of the cast and crew. Hope to see you there!

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