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The Guardian Interview: Mike Figgis

The Guardian Interview: Mike Figgis

Mike Figgis has lost his notebook. His big night, a live show featuring “digital postcards” of the capital made by seven filmmakers, is less than a week away and the notepad contains all his ideas for the project. As if that’s not enough, his filmmakers have yet to deliver the goods. “I don’t foresee getting much sleep between now and Friday,” says the director, sitting in the London offices of his production company. With his necktie, fuzz of hair and T-shirt bearing the legend “Godard Is God,” Figgis is looking very much the bohemian auteur. “Although I promised not to harass the filmmakers on content, I think it’s fair to harass them on delivery. Like getting the films in by Monday when the gig is on Friday.” Will Hodgkinson reports.

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