KW: You directed the late Heath Ledger to his first Academy Award-nominated performance in Brokeback Mountain. How did you feel when he died and what did you think of his Oscar-winning outing as The Joker in The Dark Knight?
AL: that,s a hard question for me to answer. I was eager to see the movie, but I delayed, because I wanted to avoid it, too. Finally, about two or three weeks after it was released, I went to see it. It was quite disturbing, especially with him playing that character. I didn,t have a good time. It disturbed me to watch him. It was just very difficult, personally.
KW: You were at NYU at the same time as Spike Lee. Is there any truth to the rumor that you were the cinematographer on his student film, Joe,s Bed-Stuy Barbershop?
威廉斯：您與史派克李就讀紐約大學的時間一樣。外傳您曾擔任他學生電影 Joe,s Bed-Stuy Barbershop 的攝影，請問傳聞是否屬實？
AL: He was a year ahead of me. I was a camera assistant, but not the only one.