In part 2, Mr. Hanna talks with Jim more about his service in World War II, whether we should have dropped the bomb, his postwar days as a tommy gun-toting adventurer and the current threats to American freedom.
Richard Hanna - Part 2 Aug 25, 2015
World War II veteran and longtime friend Richard Hanna drops by the Hawk's Head Tavern to talk with Jim about growing up during the Great Depression and his service in the war.
Richard Hanna - Part 1 Aug 5, 2015
In part 2, Jim talks with Tom about the tension between faith and reason, his latest screenplay, the economics of gold and more on "weaponized grievances".Members Only Or Sign In
Thomas Eastmond - Part 2 Jul 6, 2015
Longtime Riley's Farm friend, attorney, surfer, screenwriter and father of five, Thomas Eastmond drops by the Hawk's Head to talk with Jim about the law, his writing projects, Bruce Jenner and more.Members Only Or Sign In
Thomas Eastmond - Part 1 Jul 2, 2015
I have a humiliating confession to make. I actually allowed myself to watch the first twenty minutes of
Okay, for subscribers only, a discussion of lighting and DP Drew Ganyer’s great lighting on a small budget.
Today, we’re going to do a pick-up shot of Abraham Foxe questioning one of the witnesses in the tavern court house. The editors have finished first and 2nd draft cuts of the entire first episode, but we discovered one closeup that we never locked down during the first round. Not bad for a […]
To better understand the life of the common New Hampshire farmer/patriot of the 1770s, we draw heavily on
Stories are about characters in conflict, not what Nabokov (I think) called “topical trash.” You can’t just track down an incident from history, or a trend, or a famous person and lock them all in a jar and claim your “narrative bottle” now has weight. That will earn you a sympathy nod, but it usually injures the […]
For my first experience with Courage, NH I was asked to come out to Riley’s Farm, as director of photography, to shoot a
Gunsmoke, Bonanza, Andy Griffith, The Swamp Fox, Cheers, Frasier, and–um, don’t be scandalized by this: