“I’ve got to admit, the idea of putting out a movie about an avalanche is just a bit of a dream come true.
It’s just a whole other world.”—Alex Tsakiris, director of “The Avalanches” series, which also includes the upcoming “Avalanches” movie series, in an interview with Esquire.
“It’s something I’ve been wanting to do for a long time and I think we’re just about there.
I’m so excited about the possibilities it presents.”
“It was one of those things that just kind of jumped out at me,” Tsakiris continued.
“I have this idea that, if you’re not writing a script or working on a movie right now, then you’re just sort of a spectator in a movie that’s happening, and then you’ve got a sequel coming out next year.
That’s sort of the idea that I had, and it just sorta came to me.”
Tsakiri said the new movie will explore the theme of what it means to be an “avalanche survivor,” but also explore the themes of love and loss and hope.
Tsakirsis said the movie will be about “survival, love and death, loss and longing” as well as the themes surrounding the human condition.
Tsarkiris said that he plans to shoot the film in New York City, which has been chosen for the series because of its proximity to the NYC subway system.
“In New York, there are a lot of great cinemas, a lot more places to see, and I love that aspect of New York,” he said.
“The whole idea is, you get the chance to shoot in New Jersey and you get to see the city and then we go and shoot the movie in LA, which is where I’ve always wanted to go, but the city’s a little bit out of reach.
It just seemed like a good fit for this project.”
Tsarkiri said he will be shooting the movie as a series in order to “give people an idea of what this series is like and how it feels.
I want people to get a sense of the characters and their lives and their experiences.
I think that’s really important.
You need to feel the weight of those events.”
Tsakisiris said he also plans to include a character who has not been in the film before.
“He’s a new character, so he’ll be a very important character in the movie, but he’s not the main character.
I’ll definitely be adding a new element to the series,” he added.
“So he’s a really interesting character, but I want to do the best I can with him.”
Tsarakiris also said that the next installment in the series will be “a lot darker,” but that the story will continue to unfold.
“We want to explore what happens in the aftermath of an avalanche.
And I think it will be kind of a different movie than the last one.
It will be more of a personal experience,” he explained.
“If you look at what we’ve done so far, the avalanche is still very much a big part of our world and what we’re doing with it.”
Tsarakisiris also shared his thoughts on the current state of the movie industry, as well the film industry itself.
“For the most part, there’s a lot going on right now,” he told Esquire, “but the movie business is still really, really small.
I don’t think it’s ever going to change.
There’s a big gap between the people who make a film and the people that get to make movies.”
Tsaranisiris also discussed the importance of the media in our lives and the importance that film has for our society.
“Film is a really important tool, for the first time in history, to have a conversation about what’s going on in our world,” he stated.
“There are so many different things happening right now that have to do with our society and our world.
I can’t think of a time in the last 200 years that we’ve been in a more powerful and interconnected, interconnected and empowered place than now.”
Tsarenisiris added that the movie “The Avatars” series is in a different, “very, very precarious” position than previous movies, but that he feels it is a testament to how successful he is as a director.
“As long as I’m doing something good, people are going to like it,” he commented.
“And they’re going to be interested in doing it, too.”
“The movie is really in a precarious situation right now.
It doesn’t really have a home right now because there’s no one to support it, no one who can pay the bills,” he continued.
“[But] I think as long as people like what I’m trying to do, it’s going to work.
And the movie is going to go on and on