Tribute to Christopher Lloyd
Filmmaker Elliot Kotek interviewed Christopher Lloyd for the 15th annual Sonoma International Film Festival
The crowd came out for Christopher Lloyd on Thursday night during the 15th annual Sonoma International Film Festival.
The night began with a screening of his two festival films. "Cadaver" is a short film that follows a corpse on his post-mortem journey for love. The story is sweet and enduring, and the film’s animation is beautiful to behold. “Last Call” was a more raucous buddy comedy about two cousins attempting to save their family’s bar however they possibly can, including everything from an illegal teen speakeasy to a strip club. If you like copious drinking scenes and bare breasts, this is the film for you.
After the films, clips from Lloyd’s prolific career were show, everything from “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” to “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” and, of course, the “Back to the Future” trilogy. Filmmaker Elliot Kopek interviewed the actor about his career and process over more than three decades of work.
See a full wrap-up of this event in Tuesday’s Index-Tribune.