Jeremy Irons at Savannah Film Festival
Jeremy Irons talks about how SCAD brings together a wide variety of disciplines and how learning in such a diverse environment can improve an actors ability to communicate with audiences. Irons received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Savannah Film Festival.
Candice Accola at Savannah Film Festival
Actress Candice Accola compares the differences between film and television scripts when it comes to character roles. She also notes that when it comes to auditioning, sometimes "no" may mean "not yet."
Bruce Dern at Savannah Film Festival
Actor Bruce Dern enjoys movies when the characters are so real that he feels like he is peeking into someone’s living room or seeing something he wasn’t supposed to — all because the actors are publicly exposing their hearts.
Alec Baldwin at Savannah Film Festival
Actor Alec Baldwin reflects on how every day interactions can impact your acting and how performances can impact your life.
Abigail Breslin at Savannah Film Festival
Actress Abigail Breslin talks about her desire to play characters that are different and complicated.
Savannah Film Festival 2013
The Savannah Film Festival celebrates cinematic creativity from award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers. It features more than 50 competition films, selected from more than 800 entries in the categories of feature, short, animation, documentary and student competition that are submitted from all around the world.
Rodrigo Prieto at Savannah Film Festival
Cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto talks about selecting projects that touch him on a personal level and how he works closely with directors to create unique visual worlds.
Matt Bomer at Savannah Film Festival
Inspired by his children, actor Matt Bomer also finds them an honest audience that keeps him grounded as an artist.
Matt Bomer accepts Spotlight Award at Savannah Film Festival
During actor Matt Bomer's Spotlight Award accpetance speech, he emphasized that art can not only be entertainment, but also educational — challenging perceptions and changing minds.
Kathryn Stockett at Savannah Film Festival
Kathryn Stockett reveals that she gave her childhood friend Tate Taylor the film rights to her book, “The Help,” before it was published because he understood the 1960s Mississippi era the book conveyed.