Clint Eastwood, Jean Seberg and Lee Marvin in Joshua Logan's Paint Your Wagon.
As producers Kelly and Tammy Rundle (Fourth Wall Films), and Garry McGee (McMarr, LTD) continue fundraising efforts for post-production editing on Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg, and work on the legal review of the documentary is underway, Jean Seberg continues to make news in 2018--the year that marks what would have been her 8oth birthday.
A new exhibit opens at the Baker Heritage Museum celebrating the 50th anniversary of Paint Your Wagon, the big-budget Western musical directed by Joshua Logan.
The Baker Heritage Museum located at 2480 Grove St, Baker City, OR.
The 1968 film starring Jean Seberg, Lee Marvin, and Clint Eastwood, was filmed in Eastern Oregon, near Anthony Lakes and along East Eagle Creek in the Wallowa Mountains.
Paint Your Wagon won an Oscar for Best Musical Score in 1970 and received two Golden Globe nominations for 'Best Picture - Comedy or Musical', and 'Best Actor - Comedy or Musical'. Lee Marvin won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Musical.
The display will be featured in the museum's main gallery through the 2019 season.
You may have seen news items pop up announcing that Kristen Stewart has been cast as Jean Seberg in a movie that is in pre-production entitled Against All Enemies. It is described as a thriller and is produced by Automatik Entertainment.
Please note that the producers of Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg are not affiliated with Against All Enemies, nor is that project based on Garry McGee's book Jean Seberg: Breathless or Neutralized: the FBI vs Jean Seberg by Jean Russell Larson and Garry McGee.
Fundraising for final post-production editing expenses on Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg continues. If you or someone you know would like to make a tax-deductible contribution of $100 or more to the film project before it goes to DVD (target release date is December 2018), contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details!