Jun 09

Geronimo’s Skull

Sculptures depicting Geronimo and his men / Cynthia Wolf

Sculptures of Geronimo and his men / Cynthia Wolf

In a puzzling theme (related to Brian’s current work-in-progress, Geronimo Country), the Justice Dept. just dismissed a lawsuit that calls for the return of Geronimo’s remains to his homeland.

This article paraphrases the controversy.

This delves into a bit more detail.

Geronimo Country (working title) features an interview with Geronimo’s living ancestor, Harlyn Geronimo and his wife–in addition to Vietnam War Veteran, Jerry Eagan, who leads us on an exciting trek through the country that Geronimo himself would have traversed before his capture.

Jun 09

Ray Hill’s The Prison Show

“The State of Texas doesn’t yet permit inmates to have access to telephones or the internet. So for many inmates The Prison Show is the only way for them to hear the voices of their relatives, loved ones and friends between the visits which often come much too rarely due to the financial hardships they entail.”

Listen on Friday nights at 9:00 p.m. Central Time.  Or online via the website any time.

Jun 09

WACO denied Texas tax credit

The Hollywood Reporter offers a good report on the WACO film debacle.

Not portraying Texans accurately? Are you kidding?

Jun 09

Site Under Construction

After over thirty years of creating films, Brian Huberman is finally building a website (with the help of his very generous and talented daughter, Bond). It’s still very much a work in progress, of course. So check back often, as video, photos and a filmography will be posted soon.