The Last Days on Mars director Ruari Robinson talks to Moveable Fest about the trials and tribulations of making his debut feature film after a much bigger budget studio film fell through.
Liev Schreiber in
The Last Days on Mars
. Photo courtesy of Magnet Releasing.
He says, "Basically, when I worked on a studio movie for almost three years a few years back, it fell apart, and I was only working on that film, so I realized you have to have like three projects at once. It comes down to financing it actually. The one that gets the money first is the one that goes. That’s just the practical reality of it."
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