The director returns to SIDEWALKS and discusses his unique groundbreaking film that he and his actors took 12 years to film.
Video Content: Richard Linklater (2014)
In the full interview (without film clips), the director and screenwriter talks with SIDEWALKS host Veronica Castro about his critically acclaimed film, “Boyhood,” that took twelve years to film.
Born in Houston, Texas, Richard Linklater is a director and screenwriter. Co-founded the Austin Film Society, “It’s Impossible to Learn to Plow by Reading Books” was his first feature film debut. Other films he wrote and/or directed include “Slacker,” “Dazed and Confused,” “subUrbia,” “Waking Life,” “School of Rock,” remake “Bad News Bears,” “A Scanner Darkly,” “Fast Food Nation,” “Bernie,” and “Me and Orson Welles,” as well as the “Before” series of films, “Before Sunrise,” “Before Sunset,” and “Before Midnight.” He also created the original Hulu web series, “Up To Speed.”
Recorded: July 18, 2014
Host / Producer: Veronica Castro
Videographers: J.P. Langston and Richard R. Lee
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: IFC Films, Cafe Clem (Berkeley, CA), Allied-THA