Gavin Rothery - Director of Archive (2020). VFX on Moon (2009)
The Filmumentaries Podcast
In February 2021 I spoke with Gavin Rothery, Director of "Archive" (2020). He was also the production designer and VFX supervisor on Duncan Jones's "Moon" (2009). Gav is a real creative force of nature and I'm sure we'll be seeing his name connected to some big projects in the not to distant future.Check out Archive on your favourite streaming service.Here's the trailer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0J0BwIzURIYou can become part of the Filmumentaries family at https://www.patreon.com/jamiebenningAnd the Ivor Powell documentary I mentioned in the outro is available here - https://vimeo.com/410802693Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/jamiebenning)
029 - From artist to movie director - Interview with Gavin Rothery - Art Department Podcast
Art Department Podcast
Throughout an incredible diverse career Gavin Rothery has done everything from graphic, concept, production design, art direction, running a design studio, taking on advertising clients, writing scripts, pitching ideas and much more. Recently his directorial feature debut Archive was released.
GSN PODCAST: Bags of Action - Interview with Gavin Rothery
This is Bags of Action. The podcast devoted to action movies, both old and new, but all of them are awesome! In this episode Pete interviews the writer and director of Archive, Gavin Rothery. ARCHIVE: 2038. Two and a half years into a three-year research contract, George Almore (Theo James) is on the verge of a breakthrough. Stationed halfway up a snow-capped mountain near Kyoto at a secret facility codenamed ‘The Garden’, he has been working on a model that is a true human-equivalent android. His prototype is almost complete. But this most sensitive phase of his work is also the riskiest. Especially as George has an ulterior motive for his work that must be hidden at all costs: Being re-united with his dead wife, Jules (Stacy Martin). ARCHIVE RELEASES ON DIGITAL DOWNLOAD 18th JANUARY. To talk about this episode and any other episode you can visit the Bags of Action Facebook group here - Facebook Group . If you would like to get in touch with the show you can follow us on Twitter @BagsofAction or you can email us at bagsofaction [at] gmail [dot] com or you could leave us a review on iTunes.
Welcome to Episode 29 of the Andy Jaye Podcast - We're back into the realms of normality for 2021 (as far as podcast recordings go!)This week's show is back in the usual form of our podcasted version of the radio show driven on talkRADIO with Andy Jaye. As always, we have three very open, fun and insightful conversations for you. This week's guests are BBC Radio 1's Chris Stark, who shares a fantastic story about drinking pints with the future king! Then, Andy talks to a star of children's TV (and old colleague) Michael Underwood and finally converses with one of the greatest up and coming directors - Gavin Rothery. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Interview with Filmmaker of Sci-Fi Feature Archive, Gavin Rothery
Curious About Screenwriting Network
Episode 343 This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker Gavin Rothery. He is the writer/director of the Sci-Fi feature Archive (2020) starring Theo James, Rhona Mitra and Stacy Martin. Topics include how Gavin Rothery works two jobs and how he started by doing Visual Effects for Moon (2009) thanks to his friendship with filmmaker Duncan Jones.
SYS Podcast Episode 343: With Writer/Director Gavin Rothery
The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast
Read 'SYS Podcast Episode 343: With Writer/Director Gavin Rothery' at http://www.SellingYourScreenplay.com. This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with filmmaker Gavin Rothery. He is the writer/director of the Sci-Fi feature Archive (2020) starring Theo James, Rhona Mitra and Stacy Martin. Topics include how Gavin Rothery works two jobs and how he started by doing Visual Effects […]
Ep231 - Gavin Rothery, Writer-Director ‘Archive’ & Art Department ‘Moon’
Early in his career, Gavin Rothery’s goal was to have two jobs: one that pays your bills and you that you enjoy. Then, simply transition the one you enjoy into the one that pays your bills. Starting in the Art Department, Rothery worked on games like Grand Theft Auto III, Battalion Wars, and movies like Moon, which starred Sam Rockwell. All of this, of course, led to Rothery writing and directing his first feature. In Archive, Theo James and Rhona Mitra unlock the year 2038. In the film, “George Almore is working on a true human-equivalent AI. His latest prototype is almost ready. This sensitive phase is also the riskiest. Especially as he has a goal that must be hidden at all costs: being reunited with his dead wife.”In this interview, Rothery discusses how he used his skills as a comic artist to move into the game industry and eventually filmmaking, how story relates to visual art, his fascination with Mythbusters, why you should hang on to ideas, and what he learned from Duncan Jones on the set of Moon. If you enjoyed this interview, join millions of viewers for the new YouTube video essay series, Creative Principles, which dissects new films, series, and more: bit.ly/2FARJz5
Director Gavin Rothery and actress Stacy Martin are here to talk about Archive.Gavin talks about the computer catastrophe that inspired the story, his admiration for Rod Serling and The Twilight Zone, and Stacy talks about the effects involved in playing J3 and voicing the emotional journeys of J2 and Jules, and committing to donuts.What indie movies are you excited about these days? Let us know! Call 602-635-6976 and leave a message, send Summer an email, or in the comments below!
SinCast - ARCHIVE: INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR GAVIN ROTHERY!
SinCast - Presented by CinemaSins
The SinCast crew chats with the director of a GREAT new sci-fi film that will bake your noodle, ARCHIVE! Gavin Rothery has not only crafted a unique tale about love, loss, and the interaction between humans and technology, he's also worked on modern classics like Moon with Duncan Jones, and has some stories... We'll be back next Monday for a new episode of SinCast, and keep in touch! Tweet us @cinemasins, comment on SoundCloud, (https://soundcloud.com/cinemasins); subscribe to the subreddit (https://www.reddit.com/r/CinemaSins) and email us at email@example.com.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Gavin Rothery, director of Archive (Podcast Discussion)
Castle Talk with Jason Henderson
In this episode Tony Salvaggio talks to Writer/Director Gavin Rothery about his soon to be released Sci-Fi thriller Archive. Gavin fill us in on the development of the film, his influences, and what it is like to transition from being an artist and production designer to being the writer and director on his first feature film.