Dan Myrick, co-creator of The Blair Witch Project, joins the GARF Network on March 26th for a live interview discussing his career as an independent filmmaker over the past 20+ years. Dan will be on hand to answer any viewer questions about BWP, The Solstice, The Objective, Skyman, and what he has in production now.
This GARF Network broadcast is free of charge and can be seen promptly at 7 PM on March 26th at the George A. Romero Foundation's Facebook Page or on the official GARF Network YouTube Page.
Join us for a George A. Romero deep-dive location tour with editor Tom Dubensky! Matt, Eric, and Tom visited two iconic filming locations:
FIRST STOP: The former site of the Glen Hazel projects, the urban high-rise featured at the beginning of DAWN OF THE DEAD.
NEXT: The Sauer Buildings Historic District in Aspinwall, where the eerie B&W chase sequences of MARTIN were filmed.
From Deadly Doses: "We are in the presence of true royalty as we talk to a woman who has dedicated herself to ensuring the legacy of, in my humble opinion one of the greatest horror directors of all time, a man who not only gave us movies but singlehandedly gifted us with an entirely new subgenre ensuring that each new generation to come would always have a zombie to call their own. Boils and ghouls, it's my very great honour to welcome Suzanne Desrocher-Romero producer and the founder and president of the George A. Romero Foundation and wife of our beloved George Romero."
From So Important: "I had the great pleasure of speaking with Suzanne Romero, the Founder and President of the George A Romero Foundation in Pittsburgh, PA. Suzanne established the Foundation to secure George's great legacy, and as its comprehensive website makes clear, the Foundation is accomplishing this in any number of exciting ang meaningful ways. We talked about how the Foundation is supporting independent filmmakers, its relationship with the University of Pittsburgh, where all of Romero's films are archived as part of the University's Horror Studies Collection, George's special relationship with another Pittsburgh horror icon, the great Bill Cardille - and of course, the films themselves, and their place in the cultural zeitgeist." Click on the MORE INFO to listen to this podcast.
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