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
In part 2, Jim talks with Napoleon about British influence on American culture, what makes a great film, his recent wedding and his character's future in Courage, New Hampshire.Members Only Or Sign In
Napoleon Ryan - Part 2 Jun 18, 2015
English actor Napoleon Ryan (aka "Governor Wentworth") dropped by the Hawk's Head Tavern to talk with Jim about growing up in England, attending Oxford and the types of roles he enjoys playing.Members Only Or Sign In
Napoleon Ryan - Part 1 Jun 17, 2015
Longtime Riley's Farm friend Pastor Randy Gibson drops by the Hawk's Head to chat with Jim about theology, his struggle with Lyme Disease and the recent revelations about Bill Gothard's organization.Members Only Or Sign In
Pastor Randy Gibson Jun 6, 2015
Americans need their story!
The bald truth of the matter is that we don’t get enough of it. A handful of major feature films have been made about the American Revolution and very very few about the formative years from Jamestown to Bunker Hill. America, even today, is still very much about those five generations who braved the New World in the fearful decades between Roanoke and Lexington.
They were a sturdy lot of men and women who dreamed of a city built on a hill. Their struggle to create that city and to sustain a republic dedicated to the rare notion of individual freedom and “unalienable rights” has outlived them, but there’s a side of their story we don’t often study: what made them strong enough to fight?
Courage, New Hampshire is the chronicle of a shire town on the western border of New Hampshire. In those days, the inn keeper was often the justice of the peace as well, and neighborly disputes were moderated at the local public house or tavern. Starting with the winter of 1770, we will be telling the seasonal story of the great events of the era, as seen from a country town distant from the colonial capitals. Each new season of this decade, will take the audience on the road to revolution, along with the citizens of “Courage.”
You can help us tell that story by joining the colony.
..Because one or two movies every twenty years isn’t enough! We want a dramatic series — something you can watch every week.
Let’s get started!