Grosbard Interview
This is a Visual History Recording

Visual History with Ulu Grosbard

Interviewed by: Tom DiCillo

Ulu Grosbard, a director of both stage and screen, discusses his work on The Subject Was Roses (1968) and True Confessions (1981). He talks in detail about the art of casting the right actors for specific roles, collaborating with composers, and trying to communicate his vision accurately for the screen.

Ula Grosbard discusses what he learned as an Assistant Director on Elia Kazan's Splendor In The Grass.

Grosbard examines the audition process as it relates to the actor and the director.

He talks about the rehearsal process and how it affects actors like Robert De Niro.