“All Of Us Strangers” had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival, where it received universally positive reviews for its beautifully intimate story of a middle-aged gay man reconciling with the past trauma of losing his parents at a young age, all trying to form a new connection with his neighbor in a mostly empty high-rise apartment building. The Next Best Picture team conducted a series of interviews from the time of its world premiere, through its screening at the New York Film Festival, all the way up until its theatrical release with several people involved in making the film. First, we have Dan Bayer’s interview with director and writer Andrew Haigh, followed by my interview with the film’s composer, Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch. We then hear Ema Sasic’s interview with actress Claire Foy and Bayer’s interview with star Andrew Scott. Then we return to me again for my interview with cinematographer Jamie D. Ramsay, and we end everything with Sasic speaking with actor Jamie Bell. Each one has something unique to say, and all of them were kind enough to lend us their time to talk about this special film, which you can listen to below. Please check out the film, which is now playing in theaters from Searchlight Pictures and is up for your consideration in all eligible categories at this year’s Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Supporting Actor, and Best Adapted Screenplay. Thank you, and enjoy!
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