Cormans’ Hollywood, a 13-episode documentary series teeming with archival footage and insights from seven decades of filmmaking by Roger Corman and his wife, Julie, has been set by Shout! Studios, Ace Film HK Co., and Friendship Films.
According to Deadline…
Shout! Studios, Ace Film HK Co., and Friendship Films Present Cormans’ Hollywood
Thirteen 50-minute episodes were shot over four months in LA, drawing heavily on the library of the Cormans’ New Horizons Pictures, which Shout! and Ace acquired earlier this year. The series traces the Cormans’ trail-blazing path as independent producers, including their mentorship of young film talent who would go on to become Hollywood royalty.
The series was created, written, and co-produced by Ashley Sidaway and Robert Sidaway of Friendship Films. Shout! Studios, the production arm of Shout! Factory, will distribute this series in North America. Red Sea Media is handling international sales, excluding China, where Ace Film will handle distribution.
Read the full article on Deadline.
This should be a pretty cool series. What do you think? Do you have a favorite Roger Corman film? Let me know in the comments below or hit me on Twitter.
My choices are: As a director – The Undead (1957), as a producer – Death Race 2000 (1975)
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