Come Check Out FilmOneFest in Atlantic Highlands on July 20

Have nothing to do on Saturday night? Then come by the marina in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey for the internationally recognized short-film festival FilmOneFest, which recognizes one-minute long films as an art form, with the longest running time each project is allowed being two minutes. I happen to be good friends with someone on the…

New “Copperhead” App to Check Out!

If there is one thing we have seen in the promotion and distribution of Ron Maxwell’s Copperhead, it is that the production team is not afraid to integrate new aspects and technology in order to boost viewership and appeal to modern audiences. We have seen some groundbreaking new ways of interacting with fans, namely through…

“Copperhead” Official Trailer and New Movie Poster Released

Just this past week, the official trailer and updated poster for Ron Maxwell’s Copperhead, which will hit theaters on June 28th, was released, much to the excitement of fans, who have waited nearly 10 years for another Civil War film from the director of Gettysburg and Gods and Generals. The trailer, amongst fans, has generated…

Spielberg to Give Kubrick’s “Napoleon” a Shot as Miniseries

It has been coined “the greatest movie never made”– Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon, which is ironic, considering the director himself stated during preparation in the 1960’s that it would be “the greatest movie ever made”. It was going to be one of the most ambitious projects ever put to celluloid, as the rigorous taskmaster researched for…

Tentative “Copperhead” Release Date Set for June 28

A release date for Ron Maxwell’s Copperhead has been set for June 28. The premiere for the film will be held sometime in the week prior, in Washington D.C, before opening near Civil War battlefields along the east coast. We are all very excited! Stay tuned for more information as we get closer, as well…

Can There be Such a Thing as a “Family” Civil War Movie?

Can you believe that there are actually people out there in this world who watch movies together as a family, and then sit and discuss them? I personally know of a few who do, and some who don’t, but probably would if there was something worth discussing. Just last spring, when I was teaching a…