Nick Scown spoke with Solzy at the Movies about the new documentary, Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11, airing on VICE TV on September 8. In addition to Wednesday’s airing on VICE TV, the documentary will also screen during the Dances With Films Festival at the TCL Chinese Theatre on September 11. It’s been a long five year journey for Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11. How relieving is it to finally have this film out there…"Nick Scown talks Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11"
Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11 makes its arrival on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the tragic attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon. This documentary is in the same vein as that of The Last Laugh. There’s a mixture of how can comedians use humor when talking about 9/11 and how comedians helped us heal as a country following the tragic attacks. There is footage of the World Trade Centers falling down…"Too Soon: Comedy After 9/11"
Inspired by a true story, Pretty Bad Actress is a satirical look at how far talent will go to save their careers. Gloria Green (Heather McComb) is a former child star, best known for playing Trudie, and she’s been struggling ever since. There’s a lot to take in during the opening, which introduces the former child star through magazine clippings. This also helps to introduce Dawnee Von Bummell (Stephanie Hodes). The teenager is obsessed with…"Pretty Bad Actress: How Far Would You Go?"
Nick Scown took some time to speak about his new film, Pretty Bad Actress, during a phone interview with Solzy at the Movies. Thanks for joining us and congrats on the film. Nick Scown: Thank you. Thanks for speaking to me. You’re welcome. What was the idea behind Pretty Bad Actress and what films did you look at for inspiration? Nick Scown: I had the initial idea—I was watching Larry King doing an interview with…"Nick Scown talks Pretty Bad Actress"