Kaz (kazbaby) wrote,
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New Interview at the Ben Browder Portal

This was a pleasant surprise to find and I'm sure you'll find it as interesting as I do.

LAScaper regarding her interview of Ben about Freeze Frame:

I spoke with Ben about his new role in the upcoming movie Freeze Frame. But talking to Ben rarely results in a straight Q&A session. The topics of conversation included the nature of veterans health issues highlighted in Freeze Frame, the movie’s promotional website, Freeze Frame’s award winning writer and producer Jonas McCord, when is a blog not a blog, the idea that artistic expression may affect social change, how tuned in fans are to his projects, coaching high school pole vaulting, fear of the dentist leads to sanity in stunt work, the joys of rhyming poetry, family pets, and then back to the subject at hand.

Freeze Frame is intended to add to the centuries old conversation about taking care of the men and women that fight to protect our freedoms. As Ben put it, “What you’re really talking about is the state of individuals who return from war. And how they cope. In my estimation it’s a human story.” One thing’s for sure when you’re talking to Ben Browder. It’s always interesting!


The interview can be found here.
Tags: ben browder, freeze frame, interview
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