The other shoe has dropped Zimbabwe officials say the dentist who killed Cecil violated criminal laws in the barbaric hunt and have started the process to get him extradited from the U. S. to the scene of the crime. The Environment, Water and…
When "Wet Hot American Summer" was released in theaters in July of 2001, the oddball comedy brought in just $295,000 at the box office - barely enough to buy a house in the suburbs, much less recoup its meager $1.8-million budget.
A year ago, Tracey Jones, a Baltimore teacher leading a field trip to the National Museum of African Art, might have lingered at the large quilt showing images of Bill Cosby, holding him up to her mostly African American students as a role model. Growing up, she says, she "wanted the Cosby family."
The first wave of Fantastic Fest film have been announced, with Turkish cinema taking centre stage, Nicolas Winding Refn curating a series of cult films, and Kurt Russell rounding out proceedings with the world premiere of what’s described as an “existential horror western.”
Bone Tomahawk stars Russell, Patrick Wilson, Richard Jenkins and Matthew Fox, and revolves around a posse’s efforts to rescue a woman from a tribe of cannibals.
Kurt Russell in Bone Tomahawk.
Susanne Schwibs and her crew visited Sullivan County recently, filming on the Merom Bluff and in Fairbanks for a documentary on the Wabash River's history that should be aired on public television to coincide with Indiana's bicentennial next year.
"The way we are looking at it is not so much the historical fact, but the spirit that drove it," said Schwibs, a producer/director with Indiana University's PBS station WTIU.