Producer Cathleen Sutherland and actor Ellar Coltrane tell us what it was like to make Boyhood, Richard Linklater’s unique and fictional account of a boy’s childhood from 5 and 18. Sutherland also explains its unusual production process (the film made over 12 years), and Coltrane shares his thoughts on why the experience of aging on screen was simultaneously “disturbing and comforting”.
AIRED ON 10 June 2014
EXPIRES ON 10 June 2024