Today on indieWIRE: Actor-turned-director Paddy Considine opens up about his first feature, 'The Kennedys' gets trashed, and 'Source Code' goes for Manhattan.
- Paddy Considine, recognized in the States for his acting turns in 'In America' and 'Hot Fuzz,' makes the leap to directing with his first feature, 'Tyrannosaur.' Considine sat down with indieWIRE for a blunt discussion about why he chose to direct this film. "To be perfectly honest," admitted Considine, "it came out of all the things I didn't like about directing, acting, cinema or British film."
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