Reverse Shot Video x2: Bruno Dumont and “Sweetgrass”

Reverse Shot Video x2: Bruno Dumont and "Sweetgrass"

Looking back over 2010, we’re tremendously excited about our first full year of video production. What began as a modest attempt to open up the online video interview and bust it out of a strict junket setting has evolved into two full-fledged series including interviews with cinematic greats like Olivier Assayas, Claire Denis, Paul Verhoeven, Richard Linklater, Pedro González-Rubio, the director of Alamar, Reverse Shot’s Best Film of 2010 and many, many more. You can see the complete collection here.

We’re very grateful to Karol Martesko-Fenster and the entire crew at Babelgum for giving us a chance to produce these clips and doing a great job in promoting them to PCs and mobile devices worldwide. We’ll be back in 2011, but at a new home, and with some new tricks up our sleeve. Stay tuned.

For now, our final offerings for 2010. Happy New Year, and thanks for watching.

Reverse Shot Direct Address #9: Bruno Dumont

Bruno Dumont (Flanders, Twentynine Palms) talks to Reverse Shot’s Damon Smith about faith, mysticism, and the mysteries of cinema.

Eat This Film #4: Sweetgrass

Filmmakers Ilisa Barbash and Lucien Castaing-Taylor from Sweetgrass (Reverse Shot’s Top Ten films 2010) discuss their film and sheep intelligence with Catskills farmer Eugene Wyatt. This is the much belated final video from our summer films series at 92YTribeca entitled Eat This Film!

You can view the other videos here:
#1 – Richard Linklater and Eric Schlosser revisit Fast Food Nation while wandering a dry aging facility.
#2 – Inspired by the documentary Cooking History, legendary food writer Betty Fussell cooks a greenmarket steak.
#3 – Chef Marco Canora whips up a quick salad and discusses the eating habits of the peasants Ermanno Olmi focused on in his classic The Tree of Wooden Clogs.

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