This arresting, intriguing short film left us wanting to see more from Feld, who teaches screenwriting at SVA.
Scott, who currently portrays a German aristocrat on the USA Network series episode, where you didn't really know exactly what was happening; there was always a twist.
SCOTT: It was about a year after that, so Julia was just beginning to deal with being followed around and all that. She was young but very serious, especially about that role. CWELICH: How was it to act with your mom on that film? I was 27 or so, and when you're younger, you don't really want to work with your parents.
That's what this reminded me of; that's why I was attracted to it.
CWELICH: The story of how this screenplay found its way into your hands should be very encouraging to aspiring screenwriters.
They were both lovers of great writing and playwrights. SCOTT: It was an interesting idea and a great cast.
Independent films, which are what I learned on, are so much harder now to make and distribute.
CWELICH: Upcoming, you play Spider-Man's father in . As I told my wife, if the popcorn woman is late with your change, it's all over.
SCOTT: I have the pleasure of acting with Marty Sheen, Sally Field, Embeth Davidtz and with the boy who plays the young Andrew Garfield.
The show stars Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright and Michael Kelly.
Senior writers Melissa James Gibson and Frank Pugliese will serve as showrunners for the first time in Season 5.
People come up to you, and 99% of the time it doesn't pan out, but also, Kathleen and I are always looking for ways to work together. SCOTT: We were doing two different plays at the Huntington Theater in Boston in 2007 by the same playwright.