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The Saga of Euro-Asia
Well, don’t things get forever squirrelly-er. First we were going to Georgia, the republic of, and then we weren’t. Then got word it was back on again. Now we hear from the Georgians that the U.S. Embassy says no. But … Continue reading
Off to Italy and Places Even Further!
After several waits — one for the passport, another for travel plans to be finalized, and now at last word from Georgia (the republic of) that they’re expecting me, the Europe/Asia leg of the year-long Winter’s Bone trip is beginning to materialize. I am Woo-Hooing all … Continue reading
Posted in Winter's Bone Tagged culture, film, film festival, folk music, Italy, marideth sisco, media, movies, Music, Ozarks, Republic of Georgia, Russia, Torino film festival, Torino Italy, Winter's Bone 6 Comments
Marideth Sisco at Torino International Film Festival in Italy
Attention Winter’s Bone and Winter’s Bone Music fans in Europe! I will be at the Torino International Film Festival for the screening of Wnter’s Bone on Nov. 30 (and a few days before and after). I WILL BRING COPIES OF THE SOUNDTRACK … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Debra Granik, film festival, folk music, International Film Festival, low budget movie, marideth sisco, media, Missouri folk culture, movie premiere, movie reviews, Music, Old Time Music Festival, Ozark culture, Ozarks, soundtrack, St. Louis International Film Festival, Torino Italy, Winter's Bone, Winter's Bone soundtrack Leave a comment
Apparently it’s called writer’s block. I have yet to experience that. What I do experience in relationship to writing is too much to write about, indecision about picking one of the many topics, and apathy about attempting any of the … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged CD Party, Debra Granik, entertainment, marideth sisco, Music, Ozark culture, ozark musicians, Ozarks, party time, performing arts, soundtrack, West Plains MO, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
Remember the CD Party!
Remember to stop by the CD Party! on November 21, 2010 from 2 – 4 p.m.! See you there! You can also check out the invite on Facebook.
An Interview with Debra Granik
From Celluloid Tongue, a lengthy in-depth interview with Debra Granik about the making of Winter’s Bone. This one is special. via, Moonmooring
Posted in Interviews Tagged Anne Rosellini, Billy Ward, Blackberry Winter, Bo Brown, comments about Winter's Bone, Debra Granik, Dennis Crider, Down To The Bone, folk music, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonathan Scheuer, Linda Stoffel, marideth sisco, media, meth in the Ozarks, Missouri folk culture, Music, Ozark culture, Ozarks, Tedi May, Van Colbert, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
An Interview of Dickon Hinchliffe, from Light in the Attic
Here is an excerpt from Light in the Attic‘s interview with Dickon; “The original soundtrack for Winter’s Bone features quite a lot of songs interpreted/performed by Marideth Sisco (amongst other artists). In creating the score, did these songs have any influence … Continue reading →