Interviews

On Round Films:  Rebecca Miller & Damon Cardasis Launch Round Films; Production Outfit Kicks Off With ‘Maggie’s Plan’

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On Maggie’s Plan

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AOL Build: Miller, Greta Gerwig, Ethan Hawke, Travis Fimmel and Julianne Moore on ‘Maggie’s Plan

New York Film Festival Live Talks “From Script to Screen” - The Close-Up:  Rebecca Miller and Crew Talk ‘Maggie’s Plan’

Tribeca Shortlist:  Rebecca Miller Talks Working as a Female Filmmaker + ‘Maggie’s Plan’

Groucho Reviews interview:  Rebecca Miller on Maggie’s Plan, Greta Gerwig & Painting with Film

Beyond Cinema interview at Toronto Film Festival:  Filmmaker Rebecca Miller “Maggie’s Plan”

IndieWire at Sundance: ‘Maggie’s Plan’ Director Rebecca Miller on Finding Herself Through Her Films

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Studio 360:  Rebecca Miller’s Plan

The Playlist: Rebecca Miller Talks ‘Maggie’s Plan,’ Symbiosis With Greta Gerwig, Comedy As A Civilizing Force & More

WBEZ Chicago: Greta Gerwig, Rebecca Miller talk ‘Maggie’s Plan’ and messiness of modern love

Rooftop Films Underground Movies / Filmwax Radio:  Rebecca Miller [after intro]  / Terence Davies

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rogerebert.com: True Love Never Did Run Smooth:  Rebecca Miller on “Maggie’s Plan”

LA Times: Director Rebecca Miller aims for the lighter side with ‘Maggie’s Plan’

W Magazine: The Captivating, Complicated, Charismatic Rebecca Miller

New York Times:  Rebecca Miller is Brainy and Very, Very Funny

Wall Street Journal: The Cast of Rebecca Miller’s ‘Maggie’s Plan’ on Real-Life and On-Screen Romances

Vogue:  Maggie’s Plan Director Rebecca Miller on Making a Screwball Rom-Com

Backstage:  How Rebecca Miller Assembled the ‘Maggie’s Plan’ Dream Team

MovieMaker Magazine: Rebecca Miller Does Screwball in Her First Bona-fide Comedy, ‘Maggie’s Plan’

Rebecca Miller on Making Ficto-Critical Anthropology Funny in Maggie’s Plan

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Indiewire:  How the ‘Maggie’s Plan’ Costume Designer Interpreted Greta Gerwig, Julianne Moore and Ethan Hawke’s Characters


VIDEO

Rebecca Miller on Writing Jacob’s Folly: Part 1 · Part 2

Charlie Rose:  April 22, 2013

RADIO

NPR interview: March 1st, 2013

PRINT / WEB

Work in Progress: Authors and Editors in Conversation -

RM & Jonathan Galassi, McNally Jackson Books, NYC

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RM_JG__photos: Yvonne Brooks

Glamour.com:  Rebecca Miller Talks Male Perspective, Piecing Together a Novel, and Fly Sex in Jacob’s Folly

BOOKFORUM talks with Rebecca Miller

MEDIA

New York Times Sunday Book Review

L.A. Times:  Rebecca Miller keeps her eye on the fly

Financial Times:  ”Wings of Desire”

Port Magazine

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Video

Rebecca Miller:  “Making Of” The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

In Conversation: Rebecca Miller and Robin Bronk

Rebecca Miller:  Casting “The Private Lives of Pippa Lee”

Executive Producer Jill Footlick discusses The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

Rebecca Miller on “Big Think”  2009

Three interviews on writing and filmmaking with Charlie Rose:

2005 – “The Ballad of Jack and Rose”

2002 – “Personal Velocity

1996 – “Angela”

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Audio

Elvis Mitchell interviews Rebecca Miller about her short story collection turned film Personal Velocity on The Treatment  ( 2002)

  • Jacob’s Folly in other countries; film news

    Hello friends. First of all, about Jacob in Brazil. There is no publisher for the book there yet. But it is being published in Spain by Siruela and in Germany by Fischer Verlag (currently the translations are in progress. In Spain it comes out this fall). I hope a Brazilian publisher will buy it. The [...]

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  • Gary Winick’s Birthday

    Gary Winick’s birthday is today. He died in 2011.  Gary was the reason I returned to film making. I had decided to write fiction, because I couldn’t get any money for my films and I didn’t want to make the kind of films that I could get money for. I couldn’t stand to wait for [...]

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  • Greta Gerwig, Maggie’s Plan

    The funny thing about the article in “Deadline Hollywood” announcing my upcoming collaboration with Greta Gerwig is, the description of the plot is entirely wrong. I was asked to talk about the film, and, not wanting to give the story away, I made something up in a bumbling sort of way, then saw it reprinted [...]

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  • Blue is the Warmest Color

    I saw “Blue is the Warmest Color”. Leah Sedoux and Adele Exarchopoulos are sublime. Totally true and transparent. Beautifully realized script. But the director should have hired a lesbian to direct his love scenes. The actresses looked exhausted and confused, like they were in a fake orgasm marathon. The expert Kechiche seems to have had [...]

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  • The art of casting

    I just watched a film called “Casting By”, about the legendary casting director Marion Dougherty and her influence on the next generation of casting directors, as well as the history of the art. It’s true that casting is a kind of art– without the right casting, a part is ruined, the story is derailed, and [...]

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