Five Questions with Nicole Poull
April 22, 2015 by Screenmag
In the latest installment of our regular running feature, Nicole Poull, Associate Producer at R/GA (which was named Agency of the Year by Ad Age earlier this year), answers Five Questions with SCREEN. Nicole is also in the midst of an indiegogo campaign for the independent feature BAD ALEX (more on that production here)
SCREEN: Cubs or Sox?
POULL: White Sox. Thanks to my dad, I grew up going to so many games and my family would kill me if I said otherwise.
SCREEN: What's your favorite day of the week?
POULL: Monday. It's synonymous in my brain for $5 Burger night at Table Donkey and Stick (haha!)
SCREEN: What's your most-played iPod track?
POULL: Right now, it's The Ideal Husband by Father John Misty.
SCREEN: Favorite gadget?
POULL: Just got my the GoPro 4 in the mail and can't wait to play with it! Always wearing my Garmin Vivofit.
SCREEN: Describe your perfect Sunday?
POULL: My perfect sunday involves coffee, skating to the Farmers Market in Logan Square, yoga, sunshine, laughing and hot sauce.
SCREEN: Tell us about BAD ALEX in 50 words or less.
POULL: BAD ALEX is a contextually relevant film about interrogation. To me, its all about Edward Norton's final look at the end of PRIMAL FEAR and exploring the ambiguity of reality.