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“Award season is getting off to an early start with the announcement of nominees for the 20th annual Gotham Independent Film Awards.
Leading the race for awards celebrating a U.S.-born or -based indie filmmaker's unique vision is Debra Granik's drama "Winter's Bone..." “ Way to go Winter’s Bone!!!
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Ok! We are in a new location. Coot’s Edge is behind us and the as yet un-named locale underfoot. Name pending. I would like to apologize if you have commented, ordered merchandise or tried to contact us and if we … Continue reading
West Plains, December 8. Come by for the afternoon.
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GOOD NEWS! My lovely band, Blackberry Winter, has been accepted into the Missouri Touring Artists Program, and, by extension, to the regional touring performers roster maintained by the Mid-America Arts Alliance. What this means in practical terms is that any … Continue reading
“Increasingly over the past nearly two years, she has become much better known, nationally, as the featured singer and music consultant for the movie, Winter’s Bone, winner of the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize, and recipient of four Oscar nominations, including best picture. … Continue reading
This extremely busy day started with a take-out breakfast from the corner restaurant a half-block down from Debra and Jonathan’s home and offices on 11th Street. Then we dressed hastily and flew off in two taxis uptown to the National … Continue reading
I really thought that once we got back from the tour there’d be a long space of just sitting around doing nothing, and I could tell the entire story of the tour before anything else happened. I was mistaken. We’ve … Continue reading