Teague and I met Louie Psihoyos, director of The Cove, at AFI SILVERDOCS. Psihoyos talked about how he made The Cove, which documents his team’s mission to expose the destruction of ocean wildlife in a secret cove in Japan. We really enjoyed his stories about getting footage using both high and low tech spy tools – many of which are featured in the film. We asked Louie Psihoyos about the role of the web in distributing his film, and about how he ended up making a documentary that feels more like a thriller. Take a look at our interview below!
Anna and Teague, your faithful Still Indie bloggers, will be attending SILVERDOCS this week in Silver Spring, MD. For those of you who don’t know, SILVERDOCS is an 8-day documentary film festival and conference sponsored by the AFI that includes over 100 films and 25,000 attendees. We’re pretty excited.
Say hello if you see us! If the weather report for DC is correct, I’ll be the one in the bright purple umbrella.