Le Pie: Do you have a dream from childhood that has remained with you?
Hannah: I had a great dream in which I was a Super Mario character, not sure why that one has stuck with me.
Le Pie: Have you ever had a reoccurring dream?
Hannah: I’ve had a few dreams about Ewan McGregor, sometimes he helps me out with things like taxes but a lot of the time he’s just there standing around while Angelina Jolie talks on and on about her dad’s new car.
Le Pie: Name one childhood dream you feel you’ve already fulfilled
Hannah: I had three goals when I was a child, one was to be a cat, the other was to be a fairy and the third was to be a bus driver. I have not fulfilled any of them.
Le Pie: Who has been the biggest influence on your style?
Hannah: That’s a hard one, I do a lot of animation as well which is very different to my live action work and each project is influenced by different people. The style of this particular video was inspired mostly by David Lynch.
Le Pie: If you had an unlimited budget, time frame and cast, what would be the ultimate film you would shoot?
Hannah: This changes every day, but at the moment it’s a reverse X-Files live action feature in which an alien detective in a faraway galaxy searches for the truth about humans after spotting a rocket ship and in the process he discovers the magic of dance. The film ends with an astronaut landing in the street closely followed by a choreographed dance routine involving aliens dressed as the Village People.