AS WELL AS "A KIND OF HORROR FILM I'D LIKE TO MAKE"
Alex Helisek of Breezeway Productions posted a brief interview with Brian De Palma on YouTube, conducted outside Saturday, with Susan Lehman waiting in the background, before heading in for De Palma's conversation with Alec Baldwin at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Asked what kinds of films he is looking to make in the future, De Palma mentions "a kind of horror film I'd like to make" (he is most likely referring to Predator), as well as a movie he calls Palmetto, based on an otherwise unnamed classic noir:
Well, I'm interested in new styles of telling stories. I do have a kind of horror film I'd like to make. And also diferent genres, and an adaptation of an old classic noir picture called Palmetto.
The interviewer also asks De Palma, with the films coming out this year, gearing up to the "Oscar race, as it begins to heat up," if there is anything he's seen that really strikes a chord with him. De Palma answers, "Marriage Story," saying "the acting, the script, really beautifully done."