We chat to writer-director Liam O' Donnell about the process of making both Skyline films, and the future of genre cinema...
Liam O’Donnell wrote and produced the critically-mauled sci-fi hit Skyline in 2010, and he’s spent the better part of a decade working on the well-received follow up film, Beyond Skyline, which also marks his directorial debut. We talked to him about his experiences on both movies, and whether there might be a resurgence of big budget original genre films.
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Can I begin by asking how you originally became involved with the first Skyline movie? You co-wrote and produced that one,