Interview: Actor-Director Clea DuVall Talks ‘The Intervention’

I’ve been a longtime fan of Clea DuVall. Always felt she was underrated. Now, DuVall is taking her talents to another level with her feature film writing and directorial debut in The Intervention. I spoke to Clea about the film, her inspiration for it and what she learned from Ben Affleck, among other things. Check out the entire interview below:

My Take:

Clea seemed very humble and self-aware. It was interesting to hear about her passion for directing, and how she prefers to watch other actors work. That’s very much keeping the mindset of a director. I was surprised to hear her talk about some of the doubts that she’s had in her career. She seemed very knowledgeable and thoughtful. I wasn’t aware that she wrote the movie with Melanie Lynskey as the central actor in mind. To write, direct and act in a film is a heck of feat and a lot of work. Kudos to her for being ambitious and putting together a solid movie.

‘The Intervention’ is out now in select theaters and On Demand.

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About Jim Alexander

When it boils down to it, Jim's passion is entertainment. Aside from being an avid sports fan, that follows all things NFL, NBA, and Soccer. He currently resides in the suburbs of Chicago. At the core of his interests...movies! Whether trying to catch the newest flick coming out this weekend, or the latest On Demand release, to heated debates with his friends and colleagues about the most recent "Box Office Blunder". The passion for movies lies deep within him. When he isn't writing, he immerses himself in his other interests; Acting and Radio Broadcasting. Follow Jim on Twitter @JimRko.

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