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Unaired Woody Allen interview from 1971. Woody refuses to give a truthful answer to any question, yet continues the interview for nearly 40 minutes (perhaps longer, given that other footage aired).
Talk about rarities - this is as rare as you can get. This is never-broadcast footage of Woody Allen being interviewed by Granada TV in Manchester in 1971 while he was in the UK to promote 'Bananas' - and it's very funny.
Directed by Javier Reyes.
Co-Directed by Luke Lasley
Cinematography/Editing/Color Grading by Luke Lasley
Sound Recording/Sound Design by Brian Cabie
Soundtrack by Tony Anderson and Salomon Ligthelm licensed from The Music Bed
Actors: Chris Green, Silvana Lyra, Lucas Tarso
Voice Over by Chris Green
A-Camera: Sony FS700 with Metabones Speedbooster + Odyssey 7Q in 4K
B-camera: Blackmagic Cinema Camera with Metabones Speedbooster
Lenses: Zeiss ZF Primes
Graded in After Effects with VSCO and Film-Convert Pro. Grain added with R-Grain Plates.
I met Abbey Leroux on June 1st 1981. At the time she became, and as history now shows, my first and only sister. Frankly, I could not have picked a better partner in this life for myself had I been given all the resources necessary for the choosing. Abbey is one of the most incredible people I've ever met. Her legend is mythic amongst my friends and I. Her struggles, her triumphs, and the outrageous beauty of her lifestyle have been spun into parables used to guide others in following their bliss, and to show what kind of life is possible if you stop being an asshole and approach it with a sense of joy and adventure. In this portrait, I think one gets a pretty hefty dose of what makes her incomparable.