Back by popular demand, Mark Pellington is back fresh off of fishing his latest film Nostalgia, which I was lucky enough to be invited to see some of the editing process with Mark directing his very talented editor, Arndt-Wulf Peemöller and co-written by Alex Ross Perry.
Here are a few shots of Mark and his editor working on Nostalgia in his editing bay before our conversation started.
Mark is a filmmaking machine lately. He just finished The Last Word the last time we met.
Here’s a trailer for that film here:
We talk about punk rock, old record stores, concept albums, the premise of the one object that you would save from a house fire, and how all of those kinds of things bleed into his filmmaking today.
Here are a few of the film references mentioned in our talk:
We just got started on his process, but we ran out of time, so I’m hoping to have a Part 3.
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Here is our conversation:
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