As a young man, filmmaker Steven Foley used to sell tickets to screenings at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. Every weekend he would watch classics--or occasionally something new--by directors hailing from all over the world. The mass communications major from Morehouse College, who had already begun to experiment with his own filmmaking, soon discovered that he was drawn to a certain directorial approach. Intrigued by the poetic sense of real time--life experiences considered at their own pace by the likes of Eric Rohmer--Foley began to develop a personal aesthetic that allowed for a particular kind of... More >>>
By Almost Reel Productions
Letting it linger: Steven Foley on the set of 'Strange as Angels'