Controversial British director Tony Kaye has delivered an insight into his upcoming film slate while taking part in a Design Inspiration event to promote the Nissan Cube, stating that he has two new projects lined up for 2010 entitled Steps and Zero Point.
Kaye of course is known for his confrontation with New Line Cinema over debut feature American History X in 1998, which included a $275m lawsuit against the studio and efforts by Kaye to have his name withdrawn in favour of 'Humpty Dumpty'. Since that time he's directed the self-financed abortion documentary Lake of Fire (along with the Dani California video for the Red Hot Chili Peppers) and is busy putting the finishing touches on crime drama Black Water Transit starring Laurence Fishburne and Karl Urban.
See what he has to say:
You can also head over to Borkowski Blogs where they've been running a feature entitled "A Day in the Life of Tony Kaye", including lots more video and images from the promotional event.