Ahead of the film's screening on Feb. 6, I reached out to Newell to talk about the film and find out why he calls it the “ultimate foodie anti-foodie” movie. Newell brought the film to the Anchorage International Film Festival (AIFF) in December 2017, where I saw it in an intimate house screening. Following the festival, 42 Grams was selected for the annual Best of Fest showcase, a series of free weekly screenings of critic and audience favorites.
I’m excited to do an Olympics in Asia. I’ve gotten to do one in Europe, I’ve gotten to do two in North America. Sochi was kind of its own place, but I think Pyeongchang worked hard to get the Olympics there and they want to create kind of a winter culture all over Asia, so I think they’re really going to go all out. I’m looking forward to getting there and soaking up the Olympic atmosphere again, because it’s just something that’s hard to describe. We wait four years to do it.
I can tell you that there are a lot of twists, a lot of ups and downs, all the feels — there’s a lot of crying. There were fantastic friendships made and all of us walked away enriched by the experience. The show airs December 7 and it’s every week thereafter for 16 weeks. Can you give us any hints or tell us any stories about what happens in this season? We are thick as thieves, the cast on that show, and it’s been really great to keep our family from the show as just our family on the show.
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