Cross-posted from Voices & Visions:
Last year, I had the immense pleasure of talking with one of my favorite character actors and directors, Keith Gordon. You know him from his work with directors like DePalma, Carpenter, and films such as BACK TO SCHOOL among many others. He's also an accomplished filmmaker in his own right, having made several terrific features many of which were covered the first time we spoke, which can be listened to here:
This time around, we talked about his last feature, THE SINGING DETECTIVE, working on shows such as THE LEFTOVERS, FARGO & BETTER CALL SAUL, having the pleasure of directing an incredible actress like Carrie Coon, as well as a conversation about directors he considers to be underrated. One of the highlights of this episode is an in-depth look at how television is changing the way directors like himself find work, which has been both good and bad. I can't thank Keith enough for joining me again, and can't wait to nerd out some more in the future about the past, the present and the future of his incredible career!