Split Screen 2000: Episode #65
Projections: Ted Hope & James Schamus

Split Screen is shifting gears. In conjunction with the publication of the newest installment of Faber & Faber's splendid Projections, we're showcasing a series of twelve extended interviews unified by the theme of filmmaking in New York. The book, edited by Tod Lippy, features directors, producers, screenwriters, and players who have chosen to live and work (and perhaps find inspiration) in New York. Split Screen/Projections is the on-camera companion piece with a twist. The show's new producer Josh Braun came up with the concept of spicing up each interview with an in-depth look at one of the subject's films - an Oral Probe!

Check out Ted Hope's Internet Movie Database Entry (IMDB)

Check out James Schamus' Internet Movie Database Entry (IMDB)

From Faber & Faber's Projections: Tod Lippy's interview with Ted Hope and James Schamus

Projections 11
New York Film-Makers on Film-making
edited by Tod Lippy
faber and faber
© copyright Tod Lippy, 2000

Split Screen #65: Projections - Ted Hope and James Schamus Credits

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