An interview with Steven Cree
What attracted you to this project?
The creative team behind the film were instrumental for me. It was great to work with a team from such diverse backgrounds and to work with James Cosmo.
Do you see yourself as a pioneer?
I've certainly ventured into territory unknown to me, but whether that makes me a pioneer or not is debatable.
What makes a modern pioneer?
Someone who pushes beyond the realms of conventionality and goes where no one has gone before in their chosen field. A great example is Pixar.
What inspires your sense of adventure?
Being a Kilmarnock Football club fan!
What's been your best personal adventure?
Walking down Sauciehall Street in Glasgow on a Saturday night. An experience in itself. Plus climbing a snow covered Buachaille Etive Mor, which is where we shot the film. Both scary and exhilarating.
What would be in your survival kit if you were lost in the wilderness?
Do you have a favourite place to wander?
My mind. Otherwise, nothing quite beats the drama of the Scottish landscape. Particularly where we shot the film.
Do you see yourself as a city or country person?
Neither. I enjoy both equally. Growing up in Scotland gives you a taste for both.