Crimson Celluloid: Starting with a predictable and clichéd question, can you cite which filmmakers have had the greatest influence on you and what was the impetus behind your getting into filmmaking? Patrick: I got into filmmaking from racing motorcycles in the mid 60s, crashing breaking both collarbones then my nose.
Checkout Kathleen’s Podcasts here: Suckthejoy.com Anyone who has seen the Charles Bronson action/grindhouse crowd-pleaser Murphy’s Law will no doubt be familiar with the name Kathleen Wilhoite. Her turn in the film as the street-wise Arabella stole the show from her older and more established co-stars. Be it kicking Bronson in
Crimson Celluloid: One of your very earliest films was One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, was it intimidating working alongside Jack Nicholson that early in your career? Michael Berryman: Cuckoo’s Nest was my 2nd day working as an actor and when I wrapped, it was day 127. Needless to say, I was