The closing weekend of The Dallas IFF showcased the 20th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s classic film, Hook. Texan Jim V. Hart not only wrote the story of a grown up Peter Pan, but he’s created a whole Peter Pan/James Hook Universe for my generation. Here is the wonderful Q & A James Wallace of G & W held with JV about one of the great films of the 90′s and our childhoods (at least James’ and mine’s for sure).
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L.M. Kit Carson and Chairman of The Board for DIFF Michael Cain.
The DALLAS International Film Festival presented by Cadillac (March 31 – April 10, 2011) announced today that highly respected screenwriter and Fort-Worth Native, James V. Hart and talented and versatile writer, actor and producer L.M. Kit Carson will both be in attendance at the upcoming festival.
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