I love the way Nick [Broomfield] appears in his films, but I don't want you to be thinking about me, or the camera or the filming when you watch my films. I want you to feel that you're there, standing where I am and going through the emotional experience.
I like it when a documentary has the same constraints as fiction, when it doesn't have to give you a lesson or teach you what to think and is just an emotional experience.
I really hate making films. Every time I finish a film I think, 'God, I'm not not doing this again, it's too stressful.' But then, now I'm thinking, 'God, I've got to go and make another one'