How about we make this thread where you post links for interviews (there will probably be at least a half-dozen of them hopefully). I made a thread for posting pictures and misc links, but I think interviews are a little different, and probably warrant their own thread. Either audio or video interviews.
There’s one just out yesterday (haven’t had a chance to hear it yet) but NPR’s “Fresh Air” interviews Pete Docter.
If you can’t find it on the NPR or Fresh Air site, you can get it (for a while, anyway) on PODCAST.COM’s Fresh Air site: podcast.com/show/7124/
And scroll down to 5/26/2009’s show where you can listen or download it.
A big Thank You to my sister for telling me about this:
Pete Docter was the guest this morning on NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me” - there is a brief interview, then he plays their “Not My Job” game, where he has to answer three questions about a topic unrelated to his job. You can listen at the following link.
There was a new interview with Pete Docter on this week’s “The Business”, a show about the entertianment industry from KCRW, one of the two main Los Angeles area NPR stations. You can download the podcast for free.
And scroll down a bit, looking for the “MON DEC 21, 2009” show.
(If you’re reading this after about three months, you may have to dig deeper. I’m not sure how long they keep the shows available for podcast).
[i]MON DEC 21, 2009
Pixar: There’s a (Pete) Docter in the House
Pixar scored big with Up! this year, and now they’re seven for seven. We chat with a member of the company’s original brain trust and the director of Up! about Oscars, 3-D and making movies that almost everyone loves. Plus, James Cameron’s Avatar cost hundreds of millions to make. How much green does it need to earn to put Fox in the black?[/i]