Films in Production
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Food for the Sun
Pepe Ráez had been the king of Flamenco, a true latin hero to all who loved his music, hoping for a brilliant comeback. Based on a real-life story.
Featuring George Jay Wienbarg III. Set for 2011 release!
Blog from the film
This is the blog for the new independent feature film , Far Rockaway featuring , Alexis Savino, Stephanie Lynn, Carmine Raspaolo, Gwen Bucci, George Jay Wienbarg III, Michael Schürger, Tammy McNeill, Abbie and Nathan Overend, William and Michael Rutkowski! Directed by Michael Schürger produced by Ari Taub and Hit & Run Productions. Release is set for 2011!
George Jay Wienbarg in the role of David, a married lawyer, who works for his wife's father is confronted about his journey.
Memories of Buffalo Bill with Alice Frederici Reneau
Charming excerpts from the 4-hour documentary directed by David Capurso with family photos and the first movie images ever captured, from Thomas A. Edison! It is Alice's view of her Uncle, William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody and his wife, Louisa. The the documentary short of my then 106 year-old Aunt Alice Frederici Reneau and her Memories of Buffalo Bill and His Wife.
Executive produced by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming, release is set for 2010!
There is one movie I can think of that I really
loved, really thought was fine. That was, Until the End of the World
directed by Wim Wender. A truly existential journey into the meaning of
life, it was a 4-hour wonder of escapism, entertainment, color and mystery.
Trailer: Until the End
of the World
I did get to see Buck Rogers at Cheyenne's Lincoln Theatre, and the news reels that went with them on those lazy Saturday afternoons. It was only 12 or 13 years after the end of World War II after all. Remember? Our parents dropped us off. We were all of eight year old.
Others films are The Graduate because I came of age at the same time Dustin did—and because of of the music which I played to everyone in Cheyenne on the radio. Also, Apocolypse Now. Anything Brando or Nicholson is is ok with me. Kubrick. 2001, A Clockwork Orange. Changed our lives.
In Chicago someone told me, you have to drop acid and see the films of Fredrico Felini which I did at a theatre where of all of his masterpieces were shown in one day. It was one Saturday by myself when I arrived in Chicago in 1972 as a young 21 year old news director for Lee Abrams at WICV FM. The station never went on the air, but, that's another story. The films changed my life.
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