5 items from 2011
Sneak Peek the first images from the Calgary-lensed 'western' TV series "Hell on Wheels", the upcoming period drama, set during the building of the 'Transcontinental Railroad'.
Written/produced by Joe and Tony Gayton, the first season of 10 episodes will premiere on AMC, October 16, 2011, after the second season premiere of "The Walking Dead".
The term 'Hell on Wheels' is an 1860's phrase describing the traveling work camps that helped expand railroads westward after the Us Civil War.
Former 'Confederate' soldier 'Cullen Bohannon' (Anson Mount) joins one of the camps in the guise of looking for work. But in actuality he is searching for his wife's killers.
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The film will be available at the Parallèle Movie Theatre from July 1 to 3.
Bowen's first feature film, which was made with a budget of $60,000, tells the story of a fading B-movie starlette named Jana (April Telek). She dreams to become a famous Hollywood star. However, she's getting closer to her fourties and personal income gets smaller. Will she leave her acting dream behind?
The DVD release date of the film has yet to be announced.
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Several cast projects also won awards. Transparency, with Kendall Cross, Aleks Paunovic and Anna Galvin, won two, for Best Direction and Best Picture Editing in a Feature Length Drama. Tucker & Dale vs Evil, »
Director Katrin Bowen reports that her first feature, "Amazon Falls" will screen at the Magic Carlton Cinema 9, Toronto, Ontario, the week of March 18, 2011. The film will subsequently screen at select cities across Canada ending in Vancouver at the Denman Cinemas for the week of April 15, 2011.
"Amazon Falls" premiering @ the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival, September 2010, stars April Telek ("Flight 93"), Anna Mae Routledge ("Harpers Island"), Zak Santiago ("Young Blades"), Ben Ratner ("Fathers and Sons"), William B. Davis ("The X-Files") and Tom Braidwood ("The X-Files").
Co-produced by Darren Reiter, the film is loosely based on Bowen's experiences as an 18-year-old B-movie performer living in Los Angeles.
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Season 6 seems to be the time for returning guest stars for Supernatural. First Rufus appeared in episode 4 "Weekend at Bobby's". According to Jim Beaver's Twitter and some set photos we also know that he'll be appearing in episode 16 "...And Then There Were None".
We know that Genevieve Cortese (who played the second Ruby) will also be making an appearance in episode 15, called "The French Mistake". This will be the meta episode (read more details here).
Those of you who lamented that Ellen and Jo didn't return in the episode when the Winchester boys went to Heaven and were reunited with Ash will be happy to learn that Ellen will be returning. Samantha Ferris confirmed via Twitter that Ellen would be making another appearance on the show. She didn't provide any details, so I guess we'll have to speculate as to Ellen's return. Will she be a ghost? I don't »
5 items from 2011
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