I was interviewed this week by Nathan Wardinski for his show Sounds of Cinema, broadcast on a couple of public educational radio stations in southern Minnesota. The topic was David Lynch and the making of Eraserhead and I was initially a bit intimidated – both by the idea of being interviewed (I’ve interviewed quite a few people over the years, but it’s very different being on the other side of the exchange) and by the idea of trying to access my self from thirty-five years ago. In the event, Nathan proved friendly and easy to talk to, even over Skype (which always seems like a very artificial means of communication to me). The show was broadcast today (Sunday, October 1) and can be listened to via streaming audio on soundcloud, here.
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