BH is visiting the Pacific Northwest this week, discovering a whole new landscape of Indian territory. Today we visited Chief Seattle Elementary in North Seattle, where these dramatic murals of Chief Sealth and Chief Joseph and others survive, despite how the walls they are applied to are deteriorating.
BH is identified as being in this cheerful photo, which is just a detail from an impressive panamorama of hundreds of equally dour-looking British faces shot at Eltham College in England, 1959.
He’s pegged as the very astute-looking D-27.
The full photo is available for download here.
Occasionally, BH likes to dig out a film clip from his impressive interview archives. He’s met and interviewed a lot of notable celebrities, as they’ve stopped over at Rice for a screening or lecture. This time, he just so happened to meet Isabella Rossellini, who offers some thoughts on her father, Roberto Rossellini, who was an early collaborator at the Rice Media Center.
Here’s her interview with BH:
And here’s what she’s up to now. Bug porn….
In response to popular demand, visitors can now view an excerpt of BH’s film, The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Documentary, which was filmed during the making of Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation, which includes great interviews with writer/director Kim Henkel, behind-the-scenes footage of impressive stunts and, of course, scenes of Matt and Renee hanging out on set.
View the excerpt here. Or shoot us a note if you’re interested in purchasing a copy of the film.