The press notes for Joy Division offer that director Grant Gee "Essentially is a geography teacher and owns two corduroy jackets ..."; he's also a film maker whose music-based projects like Radiohead: Meeting People is Easy and Demon Days Live have both been Grammy-nominated. His latest film looks at the music and influence of the Manchester band Joy Division; speaking with Cinematical in Toronto, he shared his thoughts on process, on the state of the modern film industry, and the challenges and pleasures of making and releasing a documentary roughly in parallel with a fiction film on the same band. To download the interview, click here.