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Wayne Ewing weighs in on life with Hunter

September 3, 2009

Hey folks,

First off thanks for the all the good will directed my way regarding this damned eye of mine. It is on the mend slowly but surely. Secondly I just received a very interesting email from Wayne Ewing regarding a new section on his website, here are the details:

“I will be writing weekly stories about life with Hunter and the making of the films along with exclusive clips from the archives. Not unlike my old Sundays with Hunter, when for years I helped him write columns for the San Francisco Examiner and ESPN.com, except a bit less frustrating for me.

But I still miss him like many of you, especially since I’m editing a scene right now I shot with him writing one of his last columns in 2004. There are three new pieces up already one about taking Hunter to DC for George McGovern’s birthday, another about the original “Breakfast with Hunter” project and also the real story of what happened that fateful day when Hunter shot Deborah.”

Check out the stories and video clips at http://hunterthompsonfilms.com/vodcast/

I had a good look through the stuf earlier and I know you will like it! If you haven’t already seen Wayne’s documentaries about Hunter make sure to check them out, they are brilliant!

Cheers,

Ron

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 4, 2009 1:06 am

    Wayne is a great guy and his films are brilliant. Thanks for the link.

  2. rhjo permalink
    September 4, 2009 5:16 pm

    I’ll go check this out. Thanks.

  3. Ron Sill permalink
    September 4, 2009 6:36 pm

    Imagine my surprise, I see your Tweet about Wayne, w/ whom I’ve worked in a past life, (he was the director of a few episodes of the Mike Hammer TV series I was lighting in the late 90s, one of the best directors we had…) Then I come to this site to read about it and I see the pic of HST in the Caddie taken by my friend Chris Felver (see his recent book BEAT for more great stuff).

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