NEIL MARSHALL - Part 2 Directing Indie films to Studio Movies ‘Doomsday, Centurion and TV’s Game of Thrones, Lost in Space and his new film The Reckoning with hosts Giles Alderson and Christian James
In Part 2 of our podcast with Neil Marshall he talks directing Doomsday. How he deals with studios and issues on set. Living with commercial and critical failure and is that is good for a director to grow.
Working with actors ( and difficult ones) and directing tips. What it is like when you are not HOT any more and the work dries up.
How he got Game or Thrones and had a week to prep. Getting nominated for an Emmy & What can happen at the Emmy Awards.
He talks Making the TV show Hannibal and Being an exec producer on TV shows and the involvement there and working with Michael Bay.
Chats Lost in Space and making something you are proud of and working hard to create. How story is key and dealing with disappointments and low periods a filmmaker faces
And we talk about Neil’s new film The Reckoning and he gives some great advice to new filmmakers
Note: We don't talk about Hellboy (well... a little bit)
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