This article is from 2007.
In her six-hour tour de force documentary Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman, US filmmaker Jennifer Fox travels the world with a camera as part of her exploration of sexuality. It’s a remarkable and moving journey. She takes time out to answer our questions
5 words to describe the film you have at the EIFF?
Transformative, humorous, innovative, intimate and unpredictable.
4 of your favourite cinemas in the world?
Film Forum, New York; Curzon, Soho; Empire Bio, Copenhagen; L’entrepot, Paris.
3 people you would love to work with?
Lina Wertmüller, Lars von Trier, Annette Bening.
2 films you want to see at the Festival?
In the Wake of a Deadad; Berlin Alexanderplatz: Remastered.
1 thing you would love to change about film festivals if you were bestowed with the power to do so?
No one would have to pay for tickets.
Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman, Filmhouse, 623 8030, 25 Aug, 3.15pm (parts 1–3) & 26 Aug, 4.15pm (parts 4–6), both for one price of £10.95 (£7.35).