Another devotee, Oscar-winning sound man Ben Burtt, has recorded gunshots in Lone Pine which he has used in a number of contemporary films, giving the Alabama Hills a subtle nod in the 21st century.
If you can’t join the festivities this weekend, you can drop in anytime at the Museum of Lone Pine Film History, which offers a window into the community’s long connection with Hollywood. For more information about the festival and the museum, click HERE.
RT @leonardmaltin: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' has an incredible cast--but is difficult to recommend to anyone but a Coen camp follower http://t.…Posted 23 hours ago
@leonardmaltin I heard "The Wolf of Wall Street" recently screened for critics in Los Angeles. Have you seen it? Thoughts?Posted 1 day ago
I always enjoy talking movies w/@LeonardMaltin. Here's the podcast of my conversation with him @AmericaWeekend today. http://t.co/ZIX7265HD3Posted 1 day ago
@leonardmaltin I aired our conversation this morning, and it's up now as a podcast (http://t.co/iU7duphO86). Thanks again for doing it!Posted 1 day ago