Sea Wall Films


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Sea Wall


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Sea Wall


INTERVIEW
Andrew Scott and Simon Stephens (Unabridged CONTAINS SPOILERS!)


Sea Wall Q&A with Andrew Scott and Simon Stephens


Simon Stephens is Artistic Associate at the Lyric Theatre. It’s where his visceral, exciting play “Punk Rock” made its debut.

The Lyric kindly allowed us to film on the stage in the main auditorium. There was no better location to shoot one of Europe’s leading playwrights in conversation with one of our finest actors. On the morning of the shoot Andrew learned he had been nominated for a BAFTA for his role as Moriarty in the BBC’s Sherlock (which he later won). There was a celebratory feel to the shoot with lots of laughs and truly fresh, insightful conversation to thrill all fans of Simon Stephens, Andrew Scott and of course Sea Wall. Simon and Andrew basically interviewed each other, with 2 cameras covering the chat (one more than we had for Sea Wall). They answered many of the questions submitted by Sea Wallers and the 2 hours or so spent filming felt more like 20 minutes. They cover stuff that is invaluable to all aspiring writers and actors as well as fans. Wonderful material, all of it available to watch now, right here on this web site.


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 1: Under the Proscenium


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 2: Equal Energies


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 3: The Empathy Game



Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 4: Telling the Truth (contains spoilers)


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 5: Do it Simply


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 6: The Space Between Two Numbers


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 7: Talking to the Audience


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 8: Having Fun with Dynamite


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 9: Facing Up

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Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 10: The Possibility of Love (contains spoilers)


Q&A WITH ANDREW SCOTT AND SIMON STEPHENS
Part 11: The Cruellest Thing (& Credits)