Everyone is encouraged to see their lives, the world through the eyes of the rich.
It's disappointing to see films become pure entertainment, so that it's not an art form.
Something about Texas I'm not proud of is that our state murdered 37 people last year alone.
I think I got really lucky with Slacker. That was a film that probably shouldn't have been seen.
Before Sunrise did very well internationally. It made as much in Italy and Korea as it did here.
I think there are more films being made, but there are probably less outlets for them and distributors.
I do find myself at the moment, due to the success of School of Rock, to be on people's radar a little.
I lost a year or two in there, trying to get films financed that I didn't know would never get financing.
Yes, but Hollywood is the strangest place in that they'll torpedo their own film to prove an emotional point.
The worst thing is that you used to be able to show interesting films on campuses. Those places are all gone.