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Interview conducted by Tom Stockman November 14, 2012
The award-winning indie film Yellow Rock tells the story of what many Native Americans experienced when white intruders raided their land for gold in the late 19th century. Yellow Rock will be playing at the St. Louis International Film Festival Friday, Nov 16th at 7:00pm at the Wildey Theatre and again on Sunday, Nov 18th at 4:15pm at the Hi-Pointe Theatre. The film.s star, Lenore Andriel, is also its Executive Producer and co-writer and she took the time to talk to We Are Movie Geeks about this exciting project.
We Are Movie Geeks: Have you ever been to St. Louis before?
Lenore Andriel: I have not.
Wamg: Well, I.m sure you.ll be treated well.
La: I.ve been flying out to all the different festivals and have been having a great time.
Wamg: Where are you from?
- Tom Stockman
Holland native Robby Müller, Nsc, Bvk, will be among the 2012 honorees at the 27th annual American Society of Cinematographers Outstanding Achievement Awards. The cinematographer of indie film classics “Dead Man,” “Breaking the Waves” and “Repo Man” will receive the international achievement award at the Asc’s Feb. 10 ceremony in Los Angeles. Also receiving special honors will be Oscar winner Dean Semler Asc, Acs (“Dances With Wolves,” “Apocalypto,” “In the Land of Blood and Honey”), who will receive the lifetime achievement award; Rodney Charters, Asc, Csc (“24,” “TekWar,” “Nash Bridges”), who will receive the career achievement in television award; and former Asc technology committee chairman Curtis Clark, Asc (“Dominick and Eugene,” “Extremities”), who will receive the President’s Award. Read More: Woody Allen's »
- Jay A. Fernandez
Andy Cohen keeps getting suprising honesty from his game "Plead the Fifth" on "Watch What Happens: Live" (Weeknights, 11 p.m. Est on Bravo. With Alan Cumming on as guest, he asked him about which presidential candidate he'd be willing to sleep with and which diva was the bigger diva on 'Burleseque' out of Cher and Christian Aguilera.
For the record, it was Christina with no hesitation in that answer. Cumming did take a moment to think about it after Cohen posed his last question. Having already plead the Fifth to an earlier question, the rules of the game stated there was no getting out of this one.
"What TV or film star needs to never grace the Broadway stage again?" Cohen asked him. After some reflection, Cumming gave an honest answer. "Farrah Fawcett," he said.
While Fawcett got good reviews in an early off-Broadway production of the play "Extremities," her »
- Jason Hughes
3 items from 2012
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