May 22, 2007

Review of Imprint

Imprint Makes an Impression

Supernatural Mystery Showcases Modern Natives

By Rob Schmidt 5/21/2007The setting was the Zanuck Theater on the Fox Studios lot in West Los Angeles. The scene was the premiere of an independent Native-themed thriller, Imprint. The mood was expectant.

Writer/director Michael Linn was present along with his whole clan. Other notables included producer Chris Eyre, Mark Reed of American Indians in Film and Television, and James Lujan of Intertribal Entertainment. Also present were 40 or 50 students from the Sherman Indian School in Riverside, who had raised the money to travel to the screening.

I settled in to watch the spooky show. Eighty-eight minutes and one reel change later, I was impressed.

1 comment:

writerfella said...

Writerfella here --
Intriguing. Hopefully, Oklahoma won't get lost in the wilderness this time if and when IMPRINT makes its rounds. THE BUSINESS OF FANCYDANCING never came here, even on a four-wall.
All Best
Russ Bates