|The one thing Timothy E. RAW loves more than writing about filmmakers is talking to them. For no other reason he convinced the editor to start posting video interviews when in joined the site in 2010. Born in 1983, while most kids were watching The Goonies and Back to the Future, Tim was watching Woody Allen. Coming of cinematic age in the 90s golden age of American indies, Tim will one day use a time machine to live in that decade forever. A lifelong crush on Winona Ryder has proved even more detrimental to his health than his addiction to Criterion Blu-rays. Michael Shannon is his imaginary drinking buddy and if they ever find a way of bringing actors back from the dead, he'd love to see Vera Farmiga co-staring with Barbara Stanwyck. Co-incidentally, his favourite genre is Film Noir. He likes really wordy films, so it's no surprise that two of his favourite filmmakers, Neil LaBute and Kenneth Lonergan are playwrights. His first 18 certificate film was Kathryn Bigelow's Point Break for his tenth birthday, which not only made him cool in the eyes of other kids for a whole week, it had a profound effect on him which changed his life forever.