3 items from 2012
J. Mark Travis, producer of theatre, film and television and former chief of staff to pastor Dr. Gene Scott of University Cathedral, died at age 61 after a short illness. He passed away Christmas morning at Glendale Adventist Medical Center, where he served in a leadership role or on the Foundation Board for over 20 years. Travis began his career as an agent representing a number of prominent music composers, including Don Ellis and Jack Nitzsche. His interest in music led him to convert a Mormon Church in Salt Lake City into a state of the art recording studio, where his client Jack Nitzsche recorded the Academy Award winning score for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. Travis then segued into film production 1975, teaming up with Bill Sargent and film producer David Permut. Together they video-taped a one-man stage production, Give ‘em Hell Harry!, in front of a live audience. The »
- MIKE FLEMING JR.
J. Mark Travis of Calabasas, who co-produced and released the hit concert film "Richard Pryor: Live in Concert" along with many other independent projects, has died. He was 61. Travis produced projects across theater, film and television, and was also former chief of staff to pastor Dr. Gene Scott of University Cathedral. He passed away after a short illness on December 24, a representative for the family told TheWrap. Travis was best known for producing independent films in the 1970s, including "Richard Pryor: Live in Concert," which after being rejected by the major studios, Travis released »
- Sharon Waxman
If you're a New Yorker who stays up late, this news is for you. The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the lineup of its new Midnight Movies series running every Friday night in June, July, and August. Most are horror films, but even those that aren't deserve attention.
The voracious maw and mysterious subversives of horror and sci-fi are let out after dark in what's sure to be the most terrifying program of the summer. Here's the full schedule; for more info visit the official Film Society of Lincoln Center website.
Star Wars Uncut
Casey Pugh, 2012
Fri Jun 1: 11:59 pm
For this crowdsourced, shot-by-shot fan-film remake of George Lucas’ Episode IV – A New Hope, 473 volunteers reshot or animated their assigned 15-second sections as they saw fit. The result is one of the Internet’s true cinematic wonders.
Tobe Hooper, 1974
- The Woman In Black
3 items from 2012
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