"I'm Not There" at the Venice Film Fest: Video Interview With Todd Haynes and Heath Ledger

September 21, 2007 12:27 PM ET

An astonishing number of days have passed since we last posted anything about Todd Haynes' Bob Dylan-inspired film I'm Not There, but fear not, today we came across this video about the movie. I'm Not There was awarded the Special Jury Prize (alongside La Graine et le Mulet, a French film by Abdellatif Kechiche) at this year's Venice Film Festival earlier this month, and this report, which features interviews with director Haynes and one of the film's six Dylans (Heath Ledger), provides welcome insight into Haynes' vision. Check it out, then enjoy a tour through our past coverage of the film including our I'm Not There photo gallery, on-set report, and sneak-peak preview of the film.

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