Independent Film Festival Boston: Part 2, by Sarah Brinks

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4 Responses

  1. Elizabeth Hunter says:

    I hate you for having seen Much Ado already! OK, not really, but I am very envious. I’ve been looking forward to it since the rumors about it surfaced last year.

    One question: do you have any opinions on the editing of the script? I find that’s a place productions rise or fall for me.

    • Sarah Brinks says:

      I only noticed it a couple times. For the most part it is completely faithful to the original text. I would say that he maintained the integrity of the original work while making a few necessary adjustments for time and creative license. There as one slight addition that was noticeable but rest was so faithful I just let it go.

  2. alex says:

    Even though I haven’t been too close a follower of Joss Whedon’s, I can say that I’m excited to see what he does next. It seems like these days he’s doing the “1 for them, 1 for us” model of movie making a la Soderberg.

    The East sounds interesting. The projects Brit Marling attaches herself to are generally pretty intriguing. Is The East also co-written by Marling? I guess I could just Google this myself!

    • Sarah Brinks says:

      I agree it is a bit of a Soderbergy relationship, I’m cool with!

      Yes she co-wrote it. Take that GOOGLE!

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