The Film Reporter interviewed Dr. Sajan K. George regarding the film "BEN"
Q: What was your overall role?
Q: Did you always want to be in the film Industry?
Q: To what audience is your film suited?
Q: Any bites yet from distributors?
Q: What was it like working with various sources? How did you go
about choosing who to interview?
Q: What has the feedback been so far?
Q: Are you working on any new projects?
Q: Tell us about your own background.
Where did you study film?
What was your previous job?
What was your first movie?
Are you a full-time filmmaker?
Q: what was your first award? And how did you feel at that time?
Q: What was the best part of the project?
Q: What was the most challenging?
Q: Are you pleased with the overall outcome?
Q: What are your hopes and dreams for the film?
Q: How long did it take to complete the film?
Q: Will you do a sequel?
Q: How do you feel to have won awards in Filmmakers World Festival
Q: What makes you a filmmaker?
Q: Why is this subject important to you?
Q: Does this film send the message you intended?
Q: Do most people just turn a blind eye when they hear of these
Q: Why the title
Q: Advice to others who might like to follow in your footsteps?
Q: Is there anything in the past happened to you, that make you make
If, yes, what is this?
Q: Is this a film that young people, college or high school students
could benefit from?
Q: Do you personally know anyone who inspires the movie?
Q: Has the film won any other awards?
Q: Anything new to date on the film?
Q: Unique stories during the making of the film?
Q: What sacrifices did you make to become a filmmaker?
Q: How do you see yourself in the next 10 years?
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