In our final week of featuring cast members from the upcoming film, Creditors we have not only a cast member from the movie but the director of Creditors too, Ben Cura.
You have the opportunity to get involved with the movie by backing their campaign over at http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1913997996/creditors-the-film. They are giving away some great rewards depending on what you pledge, from badges all the way up to being a producer of the show and even a credited actor’s position.
Watch this video below on the Kickstarter campaign for the movie Creditors.
“Creditors” is the story of a love triangle, which finds itself unraveled when an American painter, Freddie Lynch, whose career and marriage are in decline is approached by an admirer, Grant Pierce, in a secluded hotel on an island in England and eased into making sense of his troubled relationship with his wife, writer Chloe Fleury.
Lets get the quick fire questions under way.
You’re stuck in a swamp on Dagobah. What one movie, TV show, album and book would you take?
Movie: Back to the Future (The Trilogy)
TV show: Louie
Album: LucasArts’ The Curse of Monkey Island’s OST
Book: La Première Gorgée de Bière by Philippe Delerm
If you could invite any three people (alive or not, fictitious or not) to a dinner party, who would they be?
Louis C.K, Steve Jobs and Seth McFarlane
Information (or mis-information, with a side of FOMO): Facebook. Also great for stalking people.
Then you need something to keep you entertained. The BFI hasn’t launched its classic movies streaming app yet, so I’d go for Netflix.
And then, of course, there’s self-loving. We all have our favourite go-to website, so I won’t list it here.
This is starting to sound more like a psychological evaluation than an interview.
Robin Williams. Bangerang. Rufio. Phill Collins’ cameo. The “There you are Peter” kid. The movie is made of magic.
We’re running a Kickstarter campaign until November 17th for our adaption of Strindberg’s play Creditors.
You can become a part of it here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1913997996/creditors-the-film – every donation counts.
We’re also on twitter @creditorsfilm. Or facebook.com/Creditors.
Thanks Ben for answering our questions. Be sure to check out the campaign for Creditors and get involved too.