“When we showed Boyhood here last year, lots of people said ‘wonderful movie, but it’ll never make a dime,’ ” said Ethan Hawke at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. “I think audiences want to see a lot of stuff if they can have access to them” he added of the pic that has made more than 10 times its $4 million budget and has snagged multiple Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, Best Director for Richard Linklater and Best Supporting Actress and Actor for Patricia Arquette and Hawke. Returning to Park City this week to debut Ten Thousand Saints, the Oscar nominee and the pic’s directors Robert Pulcini and Shari Springer Berman dropped by the DeadlineNow studio to talk about the state of Sundance, indie film, Boyhood and where technology could take it all from here. Check out the clip above.
We’ll have more DeadlineNow @Sundance 2015 interviews coming throughout the festival, so keep watching.