DALLAS IFF 2010 Video Interview: Writer/Director Clay Liford (EARTHLING)
For the last few months we’ve been posting articles about Clay Liford‘s latest project, EARTHLING. Unless you’re into art house sci-fi flicks, you may not have heard the name Clay Liford just yet, but that’s going to change really soon. In the film, Judith (Rebecca Spence) wakes up in the hospital after a car crash she doesn’t remember being in. Soon after, things just…aren’t right, and she starts discovering new things about her life and that she’s…a bit different. Liford wrote and directed the film as well as edited (something he’s known for), which meshes well with his cinematography.
EARTHLING premiered at this year’s SXSW film festival and is now making its run at the Dallas International Film Festival, where I interviewed the gent. In this interview, Clay shares the idea surrounding EARTHLING, some of his inspirations, and why having a film tour the festival circuit is so important for low-budget filmmakers. Check out the interview after the jump.
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