The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger – Directed by Michael Litwak

The Life and Death of Tommy Chaos and Stacey Danger is a short Action/Adventure film about a young couple on the run. Dinosaurs have invaded Earth but neither Tommy nor Stacey care anymore, now that they’ve met each other. They escape the war, but whether they dive to the bottom of the ocean or fly to Outer Space, conflict always seems to find a way into their lives.

– New York, NY – 1/6/15 -The National Board of Review Gala Honoring 2014 Winners. The National Board of Review Honors diverse members of the film community at their annual awards gala, which is a fundraiser for student grant philanthropy.

-PICTURED: Ramin Bahrani and Steve James
-PHOTO by:Kristina Bumphrey/Starpix
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-Location: Cipriani 42nd Street

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– New York, NY – 1/6/15 -The National Board of Review Gala Honoring 2014 Winners. The National Board of Review Honors diverse members of the film community at their annual awards gala, which is a fundraiser for student grant philanthropy.

-PICTURED: Ramin Bahrani
-PHOTO by:Marion Curtis/Starpix
-Filename: MC_15_991208.JPG
-Location: Cipriani 42nd Street

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Startraks Photo reserves the right to pursue unauthorized users of this image. If you violate our intellectual property you may be liable for actual damages, loss of income, and profits you derive from the use of this image, and where appropriate, the cost of collection and/or statutory damages.

Q&A with Wyck Godfrey, Josh Boone, Shailene Woodley, Laura Dern, Ansel Elgort

This movie is based on a beloved book by John Green. Has he seen the film and how does he feel about it?
Godfrey: He saw it very early on and was involved in the production, and loved it, thank god. But I think he knew all along from the screenplay to the casting that we were putting together a team that loved the book as deeply as its fans and that we were going to pay honor to it in whatever way we could.

Q&A with Writer/Director Ryan Coogler, Michael B. Jordan, Octavia Spencer, and Melonie Diaz

You all shot for a few nights on the actual BART platform where this tragedy took place. Can you talk about that experience?
Diaz: It was one of the most intense things. You can still feel the ghosts there, the presence of the pain and violence and fear and everything that went down that night. That day was special. We started off with a prayer. It was powerful.

Q&A with Steve Coogan, Sophie Kennedy Clark, and Philomena Lee

How did you come across the book and what compelled you to champion this project?
Coogan: I was in New York making a film. And because my career’s been in comedy—I’ve written a lot of television comedy— I wanted to find something more substantial, that had more substance.

Q&A with Sienna Miller and James Gray

Can you discuss the process of adapting the book for the screen?
James Gray: The book is a meticulously researched thing. Immediately you realize that you’re in for it if you change something factually and of course I had to, because it’s a movie.

Q&A with Ryan Fleck, Anna Boden, and Ryan Reynolds

What was it about the riverboat casinos in Iowa that compelled you to write this story?
It was really interesting to see the anti-glamorous version of a casino. There was a story in there somewhere that we hadn’t seen on film before.

Q&A with Ramin Bahrani and Michael Shannon

How did you come to this story, and what was the writing process?
Bahrani: I was interested in this whole world-turned-upside-down issue during the economic crisis. The focus was housing.