A Few Minutes with Phyllis Smith of ‘Inside Out’…On Camera

Posted in Interviews, Movies by - June 17, 2015
A Few Minutes with Phyllis Smith of ‘Inside Out’…On Camera

If you don’t adapt to the times you are doomed to be left behind as progress passes you by.

Disney/Pixar’s ‘Inside Out” opens this Friday and it is an absolute game changer for the entire family to soak up and enjoy as follow the story of young Riley who is uprooted to San Francisco and away from all her friends and her emotions inside her head; Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger & Disgust are all at odds with how to deal with this new life and put Riley on the right path.

I got the distinct pleasure to sit down with Phyllis Smith who does the voice of Sadness who will immediately become a fan favorite with audiences everywhere about her experiences participating in an animated feature for the very first time.

We will have much more video content here at In The Seats in the weeks and months to come, but for now just enjoy as I get to know a little more about Sadness…

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David Voigt, has been a lover of cinema all his life and an actual underpaid critic for a solid 5 years covering everything that the city of Toronto has to offer. He was a content manager in video distribution industry before that and his love of all things cinema goes back to his first moments in awe looking up at the big screen. His 12 years of experience on the home entertainment side of the business have provided him with a unique view on what is worth spending your hard earned entertainment dollars on. Combine that with his unquestioned love of film, David should be your only stop to find out about the best in film, not only in Toronto, but worldwide.