Top 3 films of all time:
Wizards, Airplane, The Fountain
How did you first get into filmmaking?
Remaking ENTER THE DRAGON with my childhood friends and our older brothers who beat the shit out of us on glorious Hi-8.
"If more industries adhered to the ethos that underlies filmmaking, I believe we'd have a much kinder, more compassionate, and empathetic society."
Two feature films that Noah Lang produced include "Band of Robbers" and "Here Alone"
What is your favorite on-set story?
Wrapping. All of them.
What piece of equipment can you not live without on set?
The heart of the Film Pin Society is community and camaraderie. Can you talk a little about that?
What we do requires Herculean effort and care from numerous disparate interests. It's a collaborative process nurtured by a willingness to work together towards common goals. If more industries adhered to the ethos that underlies filmmaking, I believe we'd have a much kinder, more compassionate, and empathetic society.
What’s the best piece of advice you can give to someone looking into going into your field?
Take chances. Don't be afraid to suck at something. Then learn from it and add that knowledge to your quiver. Collect your strengths and weaknesses through experience.
What pin from our collection speaks to you and why?
The Timecode Slate pin.
What should we turn into a pin next?
How can we learn more about you?