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February 15 - 17, 2013 — Star Trek Grand Slam, Marriott Hotel, Burbank, California (Participant)
March 30, 2013 — Internet podcast with Frank Thompson. www.thecommentarytrack.com
April 11 - 14, 2013 — Reel Stuff Film Festival, Air Force Museum, Opening Night Film, WINGS, Dayton, Ohio (Speaker, Book Signing)
April 25 - 28, 2013 — Turner Classic Movie Film Festival, Los Angeles, California (Special Guest, Introduction for SAFE IN HELL, April 25)
July 18 - 21, 2013 — San Francisco Silent Film Festival, Castro Theatre, San Francisco, CA (Special Guest, DVD & Book Signing)
August 8 - 11, 2013 — 12th Annual Star Trek Convention, Rio Suites Hotel, Las Vegas, NV (Special Guest, Participant)
August 29 - September 2, 2013 — Cinecon 49 Classic Film Festival, Loews Hollywood Hotel, 1755 North Highland Ave., Hollywood, CA (Special Guest, DVD & Book Signing, September 1)
September 19, 2013 — James R. Browning historic courthouse screening of WINGS, 6:30pm, San Francisco, CA. (Presentation & Book Signing)
Watch for his movieSTAR TREK: OF GODS AND MEN
Read his bookTHE MAN AND HIS WINGS: WILLIAM A. WELLMAN AND THE MAKING OF THE FIRST BEST PICTURE
WHERE CAN I SEE WILLIAM WELLMAN JR.?
Bill is a star of such cult classic's as:
Born Losers, High School Confidential, It’s Alive, A Swingin’ Summer, Macumba Love, Black Caesar, Image of the Beast, The Prodigal Planet, Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and a guest star on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. His career covers all genres including: Westerns, War films, Comedies, Dramas, Soap Operas, Sci-fi, and Horror.
Wild Bill Hollywood Maverick, the acclaimed, award-winning documentary film, explores the life and times of the prolific American filmmaker, William A. Wellman, as well as examining the social fabric of an emerging popular culture that he was helping to construct. "Wild Bill", as he was nicknamed, forged a directing career spanning 35 years and 76 films including that of the winner for the first Best Picture Oscar for WINGS, (1927). Wellman, a daring fighter pilot seriously wounded in World War I, was not easily cowed by the brutality of this Hollywood studio system.
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