Posts tagged "Interviews"
The Writers: Full Uncensored Interview

The Writers: Full Uncensored Interview

Full uncensored interview with Judd Apatow, Mark Boal, David Magee, Chris Terrio, Michael Haneke and John Krasinski.  
Light is essential to memory like no other sense

Light is essential to memory like no other sense

Anda Puscas, the winner of our Think Analogue contest, creator of the wonderful film Wait / Help tells us about her inspirations, ambitions and dreams in this interview. When did you first know you wanted to be a filmmaker? I grew up in the countryside, under the direct influence of time and nature.  It repeated...

László Csuja – “You start watching yourself obsessively”

László Csuja was the Hungarian finalist at Daazo’s Visegrád Shorts on Tour contest with his film Phosphorus. His new short film premiered in Budapest last month. Dugulás (Clogging) is the story of an ill-fated love triangle. One of the main characters, just like in the director’s previous film Phosphorus, is a mentally disabled man. This...
Inspired by problematic issues

Inspired by problematic issues

An interview with  Nino Jincharadze, creator of The Light, winner of Daazo’s Sarajevo Cocktail Film Contest in 2012. When did you first know that you wanted to be a filmmaker? It first happened when I was fourteen years old. My friends and I decided to make a film. We had a small home camera and...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Introducing Daazo.com’s top users - Robert Hloz

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Introducing Daazo.com’s top users – Robert Hloz

Robert Hloz is the winner of Daazo’s Visegrad Shorts on Tour film contest with his wonderful short film Numbers. We got to know him well when he came to the Tour across the four Visegrad countries with the Daazo team and his fellow filmmakers in the competition, where his iPad screenshot maps offered great help...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Just days before the Campus - Talents speak

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Just days before the Campus – Talents speak

We would like to know a few things about you all (where you come from, how old you are, which field of the film arena you are active in). Sanja Milardoviæ: I come from Rijeka, Croatia but I live and work in Zagreb. I am 24 years old and I work as an actress, although...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Race you to it. Awekening the interest of your counterpart.

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Race you to it. Awekening the interest of your counterpart.

Awakening the interest of your counterpart – an interview with Karin Angela Schyle from the Robert Bosch Stiftung. The Robert Bosch Stiftung encourages young and emerging filmmakers: let’s see what the competition programme, called Co-Production Prize, and the Project Market held in Sarajevo can offer. The Co-Production Prize encourages young filmmakers to cross borders film production-wise...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Discovering Brave Filmmaking - An interview with Elma Tataragic

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Discovering Brave Filmmaking – An interview with Elma Tataragic

Elma Tataragic is one of the founders of the Sarajevo Film Festival and works as the selector of its Competition Programme. In addition to  her activity at the Sarajevo Film Festival, Elma is also a filmmaker and teacher: she was a script collaborator on Aida Begić’s diploma film First Death Experience (Cinefondation 2001 – Cannes Film...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Shaping Up a Future - An Interview with Ivana Pekusic

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Shaping Up a Future – An Interview with Ivana Pekusic

An interview with Ivana Pekusic, head of the Sarajevo City of Film project and the Sarajevo Talent Campus. Packing and pitching up-and-coming filmmakers’ careers from the region and showing them to the world: Ivana talks about this year’s programme and goals. “Cinema and Possible Futures” will be the underlying focus of this year’s Sarajevo Talent...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Less is not enough for us

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Less is not enough for us

In this interview, Matthijs Wouter Knol, the programme manager of the Berlinale Talent Campus tells us about the concept of international talent campuses and the idea behind the brand new Berlinale Residency. The Berlinale Talent Campus celebrated its 10th anniversary last February. How do you remember it? Did anything special happen on the occasion of...
World of Shorts - Sarajevo 2012: Putting the Ping back in the Pong

World of Shorts – Sarajevo 2012: Putting the Ping back in the Pong

Producer Ferenc Pusztai and director Orsi Nagypál on taking film to another level. FIRST MEETING: BERLIN Orsi Nagypál: I participated in the Talent Campus at the Berlinale in 2010 and I went to eat Vietnamese food with my friend Virág Zomborácz, who had already been working with Ferenc Pusztai. At the time, I was deeply...

World of Shorts – Cannes 2012: From PC to TV – The year of Smart TV

An interview with Dan Saunders, Director of Content Services at Samsung Electronics’s European Headquarters in England. 2012 is undoubtedly the year of smart TV: for us, this is a particularly happy fact, since Daazo’s shorts are now available on Samsung’s Smart TV. Dan Saunders, Director of Content Services at Samsung Electronics’s European Headquarters in London...