In a new interview with The Huffington Post, Stevie Nicks talks about the In Your Dreams documentary that premiers on October 7th at Hamptons International Film Festival, and both Stevie and Dave will attend.
Here’s a brief part of the interview below, you can read it all here
I called Dave Stewart at the beginning of January and I said, “I’m going to do a record, Dave. Would you produce it?”
We got together at his studio and offices in downtown Los Angeles and that’s when we decided to do it at my big house and from there on, within three days, we were filming. Even though the filming thing was like, “Okay, really, does that mean I have to wear makeup every day and I have to kind of dress up every day and do my floor-length hair every day,” he said, “Well kind of. Or you could come down in your pajamas, it’s okay, I don’t care.” He said to me, “Darling, if you don’t like it, we won’t use it,” and right there, it was like, “I love him and I trust him.”
And I knew that, first of all, he really knows how to film women and has since Annie Lennox, and so that right there is a big, huge plus. So I said, “Okay, we’ll give it a go,” and by the end of the first two weeks, not only Dave was filming and not only did he have a friend of his who was a great film photographer who just came in with a small, really great camera, he had the girl background singers and the chef–my god-daughter who was a really great film photographer–he had everybody in the house filming.
Then it became really, really fun because all of us had really great stuff. Not only were we writing songs and making this great album, but we were all part of this filming project. It was the best year of my life and that’s what I tell people. It’ll be hard to ever recreate something that is this much fun.