Austin Film Festival's On Story

This week on On Story we’ll hear from writer-director Neil Jordan who gave us the cinematic classics THE CRYING GAME, MICHAEL COLLINS, and INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE.

Neil Jordan is an Irish film director, screenwriter, novelist and short-story writer whose credits include THE CRYING GAME, MICHEAL COLLINS and INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE. In 1992 he won an Academy Award for best original screenplay for THE CRYING GAME. Most recently he wrote and directed 2018’s GRETA which stars Chloë Grace Moretz, as well as the television series RIVIERA. Producer Barry Josephson spoke with Jordan at the Austin Film Festival on a panel about his career as a writer-director.

Clips of Mona Lisa courtesy of HandMade Films

Clips of The Crying Game courtesy of Palace Pictures

Clips of Interview with The Vampire courtesy of  Geffen Pictures

Direct download: NEIL_JORDAN_PODCAST_.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 9:48am CDT

This week on On Story we’ll hear from three-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter, producer, playwright John Logan, about his journey from writing for the stage to the screen. John Logan is a playwright, screenwriter, and television producer known for his work on Gladiator, The Aviator, and 2011’s Hugo. In 1999 he wrote Any Given Sunday which was directed by Oliver Stone. His other work includes Rango, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street for which he received a Golden Globe as well as the James Bond films Skyfall and Spectre.

Producer Barbara Morgan, spoke with Logan about his incredible journey on a panel at the Austin Film Festival.

Direct download: John_Logan_-_Podcast_Mix_.mp3
Category:Film and Television -- posted at: 11:00am CDT