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Terry Keefe
Terry Keefe is a writer-filmmaker, who interviews top actors and directors at his blog, The Hollywood Interview. He is an editor at Venice Magazine and previously co-wrote and directed the feature film Slaves of Hollywood. His web series "The Last Date" is one of the most successful series in the history of YouTube. He is currently writing his first comic book, Supernovas.

Entries by Terry Keefe

Squirrels Unite: The Forgotten Genius of Kendrew Lascelles

(0) Comments | Posted August 12, 2015 | 12:01 AM


L.A. is a strange town. Where have I heard that statement before? It is unique in the world -- grown from the Hollywood seed, it has developed its own culture, and is, in parts, quite dysfunctional.

A culture of creative paranoia. Did you...

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Lance Henriksen: A Survivor's Tale

(0) Comments | Posted August 7, 2015 | 3:32 PM

A seminal event happened to actor Lance Henriksen in his late teens that serves as the perfect metaphor for his life: Henriksen was working at a rural New Mexico gas station, and was...

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The Wonderful Cosplay Costumes of WonderCon 2012

(6) Comments | Posted March 21, 2012 | 4:37 PM

The Anaheim WonderCon took place this past weekend, March 16-18, and featured appearances by Hollywood stars such as Charlize Theron, Michael Fassbender, Kristen Stewart, director Ridley Scott, Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.

But some of the most interesting sights of WonderCon were the plethora of innovative cosplay outfits worn by...

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Guitars, Children's Toys and One Wild Road Trip: Ryan O'Nan on His Musical Feature Film

(0) Comments | Posted February 1, 2012 | 1:30 PM

With Sundance just wrapped, the center of the film festival universe has shifted to the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, which is in the midst of annual star-studded event this week. The line-up includes the U.S. premiere of The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best, one of the surprise hits of...

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The Slamdance Film Festival Turns 18: Talking With Co-Founder Dan Mirvish on the State of the Indie

(2) Comments | Posted January 20, 2012 | 11:05 AM

As the Sundance Film Festival gets underway this week, the neighboring Slamdance Film Festival kicks off its 18th edition in Park City as well. This writer was there for the first Slamdance Film Festival in 1995, when a small group of the festival's founding filmmakers were screening their films in...

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Wim Wenders on Pina: Capturing the Spirit of a Dance Legend With 3D

(0) Comments | Posted December 19, 2011 | 5:41 PM

Documentary filmmaking and 3D technology make for a natural marriage, as the intimacy and visual depth of 3D provides the viewer with a more complete immersion into the world of the documentary subject than 2D is generally capable of. As more filmmakers of note test the waters of 3D non-fiction...

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A Satirical Pundit Foreshadowed Anthony Weiner's Woes in 2009 Book

(0) Comments | Posted June 17, 2011 | 9:56 AM

For those who were shocked, shocked about Anthony Weiner's behavior, they were perhaps among those who never read the critically-acclaimed novel I Am Martin Eisenstadt: One Man's (wildly inappropriate) Adventures with the Last Republicans. The satirical novel by Dan Mirvish and Eitan Gorlin that came out in November, 2009, from...

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Hilary Duff Goes Indie: A Conversation About Her New Film, Bloodworth

(2) Comments | Posted May 18, 2011 | 4:43 PM

Hilary Duff. Photo: Samuel Goldwyn Films

As she says later in our interview, Hilary Duff likes a good challenge. The number of former child and teen stars who manage to sustain their success into their twenties, as Duff undeniably has, are few enough already,...

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Tim Hetherington in His Own Words. R.I.P.

(4) Comments | Posted April 20, 2011 | 7:13 PM

Tim Hetherington, above, during the filming of Restrepo

Journalist, photographer, and filmmaker Tim Hetherington was tragically killed today in Libya. I interviewed Hetherington twice during the past year, along with Sebastian Junger, for Restrepo, the Oscar-nominated documentary they co-directed while embedded with...

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Gaspard Ulliel: The French Acting Star and the Male Face of Chanel on His New Film The Princess of Montpensier

(2) Comments | Posted April 13, 2011 | 12:04 PM


Gaspard Ulliel, above. Photo by Nora Schaefer, used with permission.

While playing a French historical character with the nickname of "le Balafré," or "the Scarred," in his new film The Princess of Montpensier, actor Gaspard Ulliel also risked his own famous features during the...

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From the Korengal Valley to the Kodak Theatre: The Long Journey of Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's Oscar-nominated Restrepo

(2) Comments | Posted February 18, 2011 | 12:28 PM


When journalist-filmmakers Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington began shooting the documentary that became Restrepo, any ideas of one day attending the Academy Awards with the film as a nominee in the Best Feature Documentary category, as they will on this coming February 27th, were...
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