Filmmaker George Hickenlooper dies in Denver
DENVER (AP) – George Hickenlooper, who won an Emmy Award in 1992 for directing “Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse,” has died. He was 47. In a statement Saturday, Denver mayor and Colorado Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper says his cousin died of apparent natural causes.
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Rolling: Students To Shoot Movie Scenes In Purcellville Friday
Purcellville residents and business owners along North 21st Street should be aware of plans by a student film crew to shoot scenes in the area Friday morning. In particular, they area advised not to be alarmed by the sight of an armed man being chased through the neighborhood — it’s in the script.
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St. Louis Born Filmmaker Found Dead In Denver
St. Louis is mourning the loss of a native son who made his mark in Hollywood. Filmmaker George Hickenlooper grew up in St. Louis and graduated from St. Louis University High School. In the late 90’s he filmed the movie, “The Big Brass Ring”, on location here. Hickenlooper died Saturday morning in Denver of apparent natural causes
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