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Captain Phillips, Paul Greengrass, Woodbridge

Interview with Paul Greengrass at Riverside Theatre, Woodbridge


On Sunday August 23rd at my local cinema, The Riverside Theatre, in Woodbridge, Suffolk I had the great pleasure of interviewing director, Paul Greengrass.

Paul was in town as part of The Riverside Theatre’s centenary celebrations and was there to kick-start the proceedings.

A screening of his last film, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS (2013), was shown and then Paul and I were on stage for a chat about his career before opening the questions up to the audience.

It was great to see so many faces in the audience at what was almost a full house.

Sadly I forgot to record the event on my digital recorder, otherwise I would have transcribed the Q&A session here for you. Apologies!

Here is a link from the cinema’s website about the event:




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