From stuntman to director. If it's not a first, it's close. First-time director Nash Edgerton (Spider, The Magician, The Pitch, music videos for Missy Higgins, Ben Lee and Bob Marley) talks about his film, The Square. He's gone from taking falls to taking responsibility.
Edgerton compares the roles of a stuntman and a director and discusses what it was like to work with his brother Joel, who both wrote the screenplay and acts in the film. He elaborates on his preparation for filming, which included shooting on video but no storyboarding, his fight to keep dogs in the film, and how Chris Rock became an early fan of the film.