How do you make a video feel so real?
What I like to do is try and look a little bit beyond what’s on the page. So I’ll do some stuff in photojournalism or anything, and then what that does is it helps you to see the picture through the lens of the person who is doing it. And sometimes that’s the filmmaker, or the photographer, or the videographer. In my case, I’ve been a musician for, you know, 20 years in all this, so I’ve seen a lot of shit. I see myself as a very creative person, and often times that creates problems that I want to be able to work around. So I try to see things through the camera lens that I might not have been able to see through otherwise or that I might not be as skilled making.
Is there anything you’re working on that’s not yet out?
I’m working on a lot of things that are not out: a second album with [Sonic Youth singer] Lenny Kaye, a bunch of stuff that I’ve just started working on with David [Bowie] and Tom Morello, and a lot of stuff that is going to be on the record but is not necessarily finished. There might be a few things that are not out. I’m working on other stuff. It isn’t like I’ve got a book coming out, like, “I’m working on [something], and I’m not sure yet.” I think it’s a lot of stuff though, and it’s all going to work itself out over the next few months and years. So, when it comes out, you’ll be the first to know. So I’m working on a bunch of stuff, I guess, that I would’ve rather not be talking about. But I’ll probably make some comments or some things like that.
“It’s like an old-timey style of comedy where the guy just puts on the suit and goes out to do the comedy.”—Hank Azaria
“Mr. and Mrs. Brooks had a lot of fun with the new characters. Mr. Brooks is just very comfortable working with Mr. Bean. He was kind of a genius of the way he had these scenes with the characters that were not necessarily in the movie. And I thought they did a really good job of making these characters work the way they do on the big screen.”—Bob Odenkirk
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