Sunday, 23 November 2008

Selections from Q&A with Randall Okita at the Reel Asian 08 Screening of Machine with Wishbone

The following video clip is from the screening of the Full Boat Program on Thursday November 13, 2008 at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival. See my review of Machine with Wishbone here.

Machine with Wishbone director Randall Okita discusses where the idea for the film came from:

Randall Okita responds to audience question regarding budget & time:

The Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival 2008 ran from November 12-16, 2008 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for review of "Machine With Wishbone"... for us fans of Randall Okita. His honest open answers are interesting and and humourous.

For us who do not create films but enjoy the results - we get a snippet or chance to find out some of the "behind the scenes" innovation that is required to make a "short film".

It helps one realize that there are so many ideas, people and work involved.

Mr. Okita's respect for Mr. Ganson's work was also a credit to Mr. Okita's character. It is obvious that even though the film is being well received and a success by many standards - it was not all about "his success" but rather it was a team effort and that is always refreshing with any project... the use of the word "we" rather than "I" does not go unnoticed by those involved.

Thanks Movie Moxie - it was great!

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