Docs That Rock

Schnack goes country (from the better late than never dept.)

Filmmaker and general doc market guy in the know AJ Schnack just snuck a mention of his latest project on his blog about, um, two weeks ago. (Hey, I have been on vacation myself!) Schnack, best known for the Kurt Cobain About A Son doc, which was so fascinating both for the subject and filmmaking techniques, is going country. On his blog, he writes:

For the past two months, I’ve been spending the majority of my time not in Los Angeles, but in Branson, Missouri, at work on a new nonfiction feature about the community that Bart Simpson once referred to as “Vegas if Ned Flanders ran it” and once famously dubbed “the live entertainment capitol of the world”….specifically about those who make their home in Branson – a town of 7,000 that draws more than 8 million visitors a year with its mix of music shows, outdoor recreation and self-described family friendly values (read: patriotism and religious values worn proudly on sleeve).

Project will be executed produced by Matthew Mills and Paxton Films/TV By Mills. Expected 2010.


August 6, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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