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TABLOID WITCH ACTRESS BLYTHE METZ PROMOTES HARRINGTON BOOK EVENT

by Thomas M. Sipos, managing editor.  [July 11, 2007]

 

 

 

 

[HollywoodInvestigator.com]  That the Tabloid Witch Award is a mark of talent was proven yet again when Blythe Metz -- who won the 2006 Tabloid Witch for Best Actress! -- greeted excited fans who came to celebrate Metz's starring role in Stan Harrington's first feature film, Bred in the Bone.

The occasion for the massive fan turnout was a book-signing for Harrington's new true-life film adventure, A Guerilla in the Midst, which he and Metz autographed on June 20, at the Samuel French bookstore in Studio City.

A Guerilla in the Midst is a treasure trove of tips for micro-budget filmmakers, as it relates "behind the scenes" lessons learned from the "making of" Bred in the Bone, a full length feature film that Harrington shot for $5,000.

Despite its tiny budget, Bred in the Bone is no amateur effort. Harrington shot it using SAG actors.

Yet Harrington has much prior experience working with actors. Bred in the Bone may be his first feature film, but he's long worked in Hollywood's theater community, where he learned how to stretch a dime. He still lives in a small office in a theater!

 


 

In addition to Harrington and Metz, Bred in the Bone cast member Joe Guarneri also signed copies of A Guerilla in the Midst.

Harrington recently sold his "mixed martial arts" screenplay, Fighter (aka Kravelgrov), to Paradigm Entertainment Group.

 

 

Film star Blythe Metz won a Tabloid Witch!

If YOU have directed, acted in, or otherwise worked on a horror film, YOU can win one too!

Learn how!

 

 

 

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