Thursday, May 14, 2009

Locally connected films coming to RFC: 'The Last Lullaby' opens May 22; 'Weather Girl' opens July 17

  • "Weather Girl" opens July 17 at the Robinson Film Center. It's written and directed by Blayne Weaver, and executive produced by Brandon Barrera. Both are Bossier City natives living and working in Los Angeles, where "Weather Girl" was made. It stars Mark Harmon and debuted at Slamdance. Above is ET interview with Harmon and another "Weather Girl" starrer, Ryan Devlin. (Apparently, the reporter got stuck in traffic.) Hopefully this movie will get some strong audience support when it makes its local debut. Join the Facebook group here.
  • Also, if you haven't heard, Jeffrey Goodman's "The Last Lullaby" opens May 22 at RFC for a second local run. (It played at the Boardwalk May 1-7; and the crime drama in the midst of a two-week run at Iowa theaters.) Goodman, a Shreveport director, shot the film here. Join the Facebook group here.

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