Jessica Henwick on returning to the Star Wars universe:I’m contracted for three [movies], but no, I’m not in the latest one. [The Force Awakens] is to date my favorite work experience. We had this thing where [director J.J. Abrams] would stop filming in the middle of a take, blast music over the speaker and everyone would have to dance. And everyone did!
“We bonded instantly on the film, and laughed our way through the production. Ever since that time, we never referred to each other again as Julie and Mary. Whenever we bumped into each other, people must have thought us nuts…screaming across some shopping aisle in a supermarket or yelling to each other down the corridors of CBS…’Millie! Miss Dorothy!’ She was a joy to work with, her talent was monumental. She was brave, kind, generous and an activist for many causes. I will miss my ‘Miss Dorothy’ so much, but I’m comforted to know that the joy she brought us all will be everpresent in her many films and television shows.” - Statement from Julie Andrews on the death of Mary Tyler Moore
Name: Eugene Levy Age: 27 years old Shooting For: 5 years Camera: Fujica GS645 / Kiev 88cm Favorite film: Kodak Ektar 100, Kodak Portra 160, Kodak Portra 400.
Eugene on why he shoots film:
“The choice to begin shooting film came shortly after I picked up my first camera, which was digital. I quickly jumped to film photography after being mesmerized by how the film pictures make me feel and by the process of film itself. I didn’t think much when I decide to sell all my digital gear and go back in the past by using a film camera. Since, I enjoy every second of it and can’t imagine myself picking up a digital camera. Don’t waste film, because somewhere a unicorn dies for your mistake”