Friday, March 09, 2007

Local News Coverage

The film made local news today... check out the Waco Trib's coverage here.


Blogger badMike said...

Sweet article. But Clu Gulager went to Baylor??!!! God, he's so awesome. I used to see him from time to time walking around during my lunch break at my old job. Never had the nerve to say anything to him, though...

3/09/2007 4:16 PM  
Blogger Chris Hansen said...

Yeah, I'd never heard that before either! I was trying to figure out why we don't claim him. I think, based on a little googling I did after I read that, that he only went here for a year.

3/09/2007 6:05 PM  
Anonymous Jonathan said...

Cool article! And congrats.

Tom Callaway was the DP for "Feast"? I think I remember seeing him on TV on "Project Greenlight."

3/10/2007 8:30 AM  
Blogger The Sujewa said...

Very cool Chris. Nothing like local press to make you feel like a star.

Didn't know Lynch changed the name of his movie to Inland Express. Very interesting :)

Congrats on the coverage & the upcoming fest screening.

- Sujewa

3/10/2007 10:15 PM  
Blogger The Sujewa said...

And by the Lynch comment, I mean this:

(from the Waco Trib article)
" Hansen, 35, said he is delighted at its selection, given the prestige and attention connected with AFI’s festivals. Even better, the March 24 screening precedes the showing of director David Lynch’s much-anticipated new film Inland Express at the same theater. “If we’re a lead-in to Inland Express, that’s fine by me,” Hansen said."

Maybe this will be something you can have a little conversation with David Lynch about. Clip the article & show it to him, maybe this title error is a common one.

All proof reading aside, congrats on the coverage.

- Sujewa

3/10/2007 10:18 PM  
Blogger Chris Hansen said...

Yeah -- I don't think I said "Express" -- I think I said "Empire." But that's what happens when you do an interview, I guess, LOL.

3/11/2007 9:30 AM  
Blogger DanBuck said...

DUDE!! I love those clips of people falling down.

I smell a new oscar category....

congrats on the press.

3/20/2007 4:30 AM  

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