Director Kathleen Lorden Answers Five Questions

Director Kathleen Lorden Answers Five Questions

In the latest installment of our regular running feature, Director Kathleen Lorden with Radar Studios answers Five Questions With SCREEN.

SCREEN: What's your favorite day of the week? Why?

LORDEN: Thursday. Anticipation is the name of the game. You can almost taste Friday nights’ pizza party.

SCREEN: Can you cook? If so, what's your go-to dish?

LORDEN: I have the diet of an eight-year-old but fortunately my cooking skills are a bit more advanced. I still panic when my foodie friends come for dinner but I just leave out Whole Foods bags and they think I know what I’m doing. I always end the meal with some sort of fancy chocolate dessert, so they’re tricked into thinking the entire meal was yummy.

SCREEN: What's your guilty pleasure TV?

LORDEN: To the dismay of my husband, I don’t enjoy relaxing or watching TV much, but I did get addicted to “90 Day Fiancé” at one time. Anything with unusual characters and awkward moments is for me.

SCREEN: Describe your perfect Sunday?

LORDEN: The day would begin with coffee and convo at the end of the pier in Wisconsin. After a light read, we’d go for a bike ride then waterski (Sure, I have a sporty side). As sunset neared, we’d all set sail in the pontoon (that earned the name ‘booze cruise’ for a reason). Appetizers would flow as freely as the laughter. We’d hit a stock car race then end the night around a bonfire. There’d be warmth, music and lightning bugs (Sure, I have a hippy side). Whatta day.

SCREEN: What's your favorite drink, alcoholic or otherwise?

LORDEN: My family has been in the beer business for seventy-five years so I’m wired to love it. It upped my street cred in high school even though I still struggled to find a prom date.

SCREEN: What's the last movie you saw in a theater?

LORDEN: A friends’ documentary last week. She busted me for nodding off. It was due to a late week of work, not the content. At least, that’s what I told her.

BONUS QUESTION:

SCREEN: Who are you missing right now?

LORDEN: My sweet and spunky two-year-old. She waves goodbye and gives well wishes to inanimate objects before we leave for daycare each day…aww.

Lorden's reel is here.