Exclusive Video Interview: Stars Sean Astin & Kristoffer Polaha Talk The Shift, Now in Theaters

The ShiftThe film, The Shift, which was recently released in theaters, is a modern-day retelling of the story of Job. The sci-fi thriller stars Kristoffer Polaha as Kevin Garner, who takes a journey across dimensions to reunite with his true love, his wife, Molly (Elizabeth Tabish). While on his search in a dystopian alternate dimension, Kevin must avoid the Benefactor (Neal McDonough)’s temptations of wealth and power as well as keep his faith to make it back to his beloved. Sean Astin also stars as Gabriel, who helps Kevin along the way.

Polaha and Astin recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film, including what they hope people take away from it, connecting with their characters, and more, as well as the actors' strike.

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Director Jonah Feingold Talks EXmas, Now on Freevee

EXmas In the film EXmas, workaholic Graham (Robbie Amell) reluctantly decides to come home for Christmas to surprise his family, only to arrive and find out that his ex-fiancé, Ali (Leighton Meester), is already celebrating the holiday with them. 

Recently, director Jonah Feingold spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film, including the quick turnaround, using fake snow, working with goats, his favorite Christmas rom coms, and more. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Stars Miranda Otto & Vanessa Benavente Talk At the Gates

At the GatesAna (Vanessa Benavente), who works as a housekeeper, brings her teenage son, Nico (Ezekiel Pacheco), to clean an affluent family’s home in Los Angeles. When her employers, Peter (Noah Wyle) and Marianne Barris (Miranda Otto), tell her that immigration offers are looking for them, the two agree to go into hiding, taking shelter in their basement until the crisis has passed. As the days go by and tensions rise, Nico begins to question their hosts’ true intentions.

Recently, Otto and Benavente spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Kevin Michael Martin Stars in Bolt from the Blue

Bolt from the BlueRecently, the film Bolt from the Blue premiered at the Austin Film Festival. The movie stars Page Tudyk Gomez as Mia Ibarra, an electrical engineer looking to find the next big thing in renewable energy. She travels to Alaska to investigate scientist Lucas Fletcher (Kevin Michael Martin), who claims that he can capture lighting.

Star Martin recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film, which was directed by his brother, and co-starred his wife (Gomez).

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Exclusive: Stars Noah Wyle & Ezekiel Pacheco Talk At the Gates

At the GatesIn the film At the Gates, immigration officers arrive at home of the affluent Barris family, searching for their housekeeper (Vanessa Benavente) and her son (Ezekiel Pacheco) who are living in the United States illegally from El Salvador. Peter (Noah Wyle) and Marianne Barris (Miranda Otto) convince them to hide in their basement closet, where they live and evade the officers. As the days go by and the threat closes in, the two families begin to question each other’s true intentions as tension mounts. The film also stars Sadie Stanley as Peter and Marianne’s daughter, Lauren. 

Recently, Wyle and Pacheco spoke with SciFi Vision about filming the project. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Director Aitch Alberto, Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Aitch AlbertoAitch Alberto has been on a mission. When she read Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, she knew immediately that she wanted to tell the story onscreen. Nine years later, she is celebrating the release of her new movie in theaters. 

Based on the beloved YA novel by Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Alberto’s film is a beautiful, sensitive story of two teenagers coming of age in Texas in the 1980s. Quiet, resentful Aristotle (Max Pelayo) and free-spirited Dante (Reese Gonzalez) couldn’t be more different, but they quickly become best friends. With Dante’s influence, Ari begins a journey of self-discovery and discovers secrets he didn’t even know he was keeping. In addition to Pelayo and Reese, the film features a powerhouse supporting cast that includes Eugenio Derbez, Eva Longoria, Veronica Falcón and Kevin Alejandro. 

What was it about this story that inspired Alberto to write and direct the film? As a trans Latina woman, she felt both passion and responsibility. 

 “The book had a gentleness and a lyricism that we don't often see when it comes to these stories,” she told SciFi Vision.  “I was really impassioned, and it felt really urgent for me to be the person that brings these characters to life, because I think it's necessary for my community to have an option that we haven't seen before. 

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Exclusive Video Interview: Knights of the Zodiac’s Madison Iseman

Madison IsemanBased on the international anime sensation, Knights of the Zodiac brings the story of Saint Seiya to the big screen. Seiya (Mackenyu) makes his money in fight rings while searching for his sister that was taken as a child. His life suddenly changes when during a fight he accidentally accesses mystical powers he never knew about. Seiya is destined to protect the goddess Athena who has been reincarnated into a girl named Sienna (Madison Iseman) and help save the world, but only if he can face his past and pass his training to become a Knight of the Zodiac.

Star Iseman recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the series, connecting with the character, costumes, working with costars Sean Bean and Famke Janssen, and much more.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Jorge Garcia Talks Condor’s Nest, Lost, & More

Jorge GarciaIn the film Condor’s Nest, a decade after Nazi Germany has fallen, American pilot Will Spalding (Jacob Keohane) travels to South America to track down the Nazi Colonel who executed his crew during the war. During his travels he encounters bar owner Hipolito, played by Jorge Garcia. The actor recently spoke with SciFi Vision about working on the film, using an accent, how he lost his luggage right before filming, what he looks for in a script, his thoughts on returning for a Lost reunion, if he still is in contact with the cast, what it was like to have action figures, and much more. Watch the full interview and read the transcript below. Be sure to check out the film Condor's Nest, currently available on Demand.

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Exclusive Video Interview: Jackson Rathbone Talks Condor’s Nest, Twilight, & More

Jackson RathboneIn the film Condor’s Nest, a decade after the fall of Nazi Germany, American pilot Will Spalding (Jacob Keohane) searches South America for the Nazi Colonel (Arnold Vosloo) who executed his crew during WWII. The film also stars Jackson Rathbone as Nazi Fritz Ziegler. Rathbone recently talked to SciFi Vision in an exclusive interview about working on the film, connecting with the dark side of the character, affecting a German accent, hanging out with castmate Michael Ironside, and much more, as well as about working on a huge franchise like the Twilight films and if he still sees his costars. Watch the full interview or read the transcript below and be sure to check out the film.

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Exclusive: Michael Jacobs on Directing the Star-Studded Maybe I Do

Maybe I DoMichael Jacobs has been an icon on TV and in movies for years. He has directed many television shows and movies, including Boy Meets World and The Torkelsons, bringing many generations fond childhood memories.

Now he is back and better than ever with a brand-new movie called Maybe I Do, starring William H. Macy, Susan Sarandon, and Diane Keaton. It is a twist on the typical romantic comedy and has been something that has been years in the making. He began working on it as a play and eventually decided to make it into a movie.

“It’s been gestating a long time, because it ran as a play,” Jacobs told SciFi Vision. “I had started writing this idea when I was about nineteen years old. I think I was in a relationship, and I had said, ‘I love you,’ and they said, ‘How do you just say that?’ It seems so simple for ‘I love you’ to come out of your mouth when you're a kid, and you don't know what you're talking about. I sat down, and I started to write this. It was a relationship comedy that was based on this young woman who thought that the relationship was farther down the road and was surprised to find out that her partner was reticent and then finds out that the reticence comes from the fact that we are offshoots of our upbringing. I wrote the idea, and it ran on Broadway.”

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