So I just posted the one with Lauren Integra from Judge Minty and Planet Replicas.
Spoken to the director of Minty, Steven Sterlacchini, who is going to do one as well and I'll also try and get hold of some of the other contributors including Mike Carroll who co-wrote it. Steven also said he'd see about arranging some others for me.
As far as the podcast goes, Flint was sorting one with Simon Fraser I think. I havent done one in a while though so open to suggestions who I can ask next. Been pretty lucky so far not only in getting people to come on but also in how easy they've been to talk to as I'm FAR from a professional interviewer.
Ok, looking like I'm doing website Q&A's with the following Judge Minty team members :
The guy behind all the effects who was also the Director of Photography
The costume and prop designer and manufacturer who is now part of Planet Replicas
The actor who played Judge Minty himself
Co-scriptwriter and also 2000AD writer Michael Carroll
And lastly the director and driving force behind the whole project.
I'll be working out the release schedule and staggering these between now and then, but if anyone has any cool questions I could ask either generally or for specific people above then feel free to add them below
Director/Effects: Ok, having seen the trailer which has apparently superb production values, what was the biggest challenge to putting this project together from inception to screen?
Director: Any plans to get this bastard included on the Dredd 3D extras as a way of getting it seen by more potential fans?
Michael Carroll: Have you let Sc*jo see it so he can polish it for you? The script I mean.
Michael Carroll: As a huge Dredd fan yourself and being immersed in the stories, chronology and settings what would you leap at the chance to use as a basis for another fan film production?
Costumes and Props: Is there anything you would like to have made for the film but couldn't?
Costumes and Props: Did Burdis take anything that wasn't nailed down?
Edmund Dehn: Having played a variety of gravitas roles on stage and screen, what was your take on the life of a burned Judge (who has sacrificied everything from the age of five and given his all to a city that has cast him out)?
Edmund Dehn: Did Greg Staples stay in character all of the time? Even at lunch or on toilet breaks ("two flushes, creep!")?