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Tim broke things off with his former fiancée on season four of the OWN series, and this will be his second sharing the spotlight with someone he's dating.
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I had the pleasure of talking to Eric about constructing the DNA of this series, what this show is trying to do differently, and what about modern dating frightens him the most. You’ve done some amazing music video work, “Polite Dance Song”, “Ham”, and “Wishes” are videos that I’m regularly watching because their composition is so gorgeous. I’ve been working really on my own up here — Tim Heidecker of course, but — this is my first big project with a large cast and a great location to make it really cool. I think I hit the right essence and all of that stuff. We touched on New York briefly, but obviously it’s such a huge presence in the show. I did feel like it was a second home to me; so living there made me truly, truly fall in love with the city. I’m going back tomorrow for the premiere, and I’m just excited to be back in the city. I took special care to photograph it really beautifully and give it this true honor. I get dread over like, “Okay, I need to catch up on that.” It can avalanche on you.
How did you originally become involved with Master of None? Was it gratifying to be one of the few directors involved with this project, especially since it has such a filmic look to it? It was really like a fun challenge to be living in New York, and they took a great leap of faith of me. Being so integrated into the process, too, must have you feeling like your voice is being heard and that you have a say in how this show is being assembled and the look to it, too. It was great to be able to direct myself in some of these episodes, and collaborate with how these characters interact. It’s all that we focus on during the day, and it’s like the show is kind of secondary. Do you have as much of a history and passion for the place as Aziz does? I grew up in Philadelphia and I would come to New York every weekend to shoot in Brooklyn. We let you know it’s not just a background but really part of what the show’s about. Yeah, I feel like we’re entering the next level when it comes to this kind of comedy, which I’m really proud of being apart of.
Did you have a pre-existing relationship with Aziz or Alan? I was friends with both of them, and we had this good friend — another comedy person — who we had a food club that we did together… And really, I think they wanted me around — originally I was set up to do two episodes and then they gave me two more — and I think it’s because we all just like hanging out. I was excited when I saw your name pop up in the credits, but then you end up directing more episodes than anyone else all season! One of my favorite moments from the series is the extended conversation that Arnold and Dev have over Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.” The series is full of theses sorts of moments that are evocative of ’70s cinema, Woody Allen, Richard Linklater. Do you like indulging in those sensibilities so deeply? What are your thoughts on Netflix’s production model? I think Master Of None also does an excellent job in terms of effectively representing diversity and minorities, not just in the show but on the production side of things as well. Directing the episodes “Indians on TV” was eye opening.