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Oct 4th
01:12 pm
Story of the Filmclub girls  
Excerpts from the Birmingham Mail:

Zara Rahmin and Aanisah Sherbaz, both 14, from Hodge Hills Girls’ School, chatted to the High School Musical star and film director Burr Streets about their new film The Death and Life of Charlie St Cloud...

Zara said: “The main goal of the interview was to make them laugh, we didn’t want to be as boring as all the other interviewers. And I think we did exceptionally well.

“Zac Efron gave Filmclub some film recommendations and told us he was excited to meet us.

“Burr Steers has simply become one of my all time favourite directors. After the interview began, and even though it was our first time, we were told we had done better than the other interviewers.

“The day was so amazing and definitely set the tone for things in the future. How many people in the country can say that they interviewed a global superstar alongside some of the biggest names on TV?

“If there was one word to describe the whole experience, ‘amazing’ is what it would have to be.”

They were definitely very sweet and really good interviewers too.
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summertimecarol_rio on October 4th, 2010 07:44 pm (UTC)
but I just saw thos pics..Burbank photocall says on the source;
I guess it was when he did that press junket on Marina Del Ray
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Bee: Zac - ELLE - Lying on Car 1jeezbee on October 6th, 2010 10:30 pm (UTC)
They were [...] really good interviewers too.

IA. I noticed during the LA press that some of the better interviews were done for teen press there as well. I guess they actually felt compelled wanting to do a good interview and prepared well.