Matthew Mishory’s movie, Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean, has been a big success on the film festival circuit. The movie looks at Dean when he was a young lad from Indiana on the cusp of stardom, exploring the opportunities and pressures that presents. It also doesn’t shy away from Dean’s sexuality, giving him the queer identity that many over the years have suggested he had.
We caught up with Mishory to talk about the film, ahead of its UK DVD release on May 13th. [Read more...]