Filmmaker and biographer Garry McGee appears on "The Online Movie Show with Phil Hall" on Monday, November 6th at 1P (EST)/12P (CST) and 10A (WST) and recalls movie star Jean Seberg's life and career, from her unsteady overnight stardom in Otto Preminger's "Saint Joan" to her crowning glory in the French New Wave to the harassment from J. Edgar Hoover's FBI and the mysterious circumstances surrounding her death.
"The Online Movie Show" is produced at the Platinum Wolfe Studios and is hosted by film journalist Phil Hall. His weekly podcast celebrates the movies and the people that create them. Click HERE to listen in.
Phil Hall is the author of "The History of Independent Cinema," "The Greatest Bad Films of All Time" and "In Search of Lost Films." His cinema writing appeared in the New York Times, New York Daily News, Wired and the Library of Congress website, and he authors "The Bootleg Files" column on Cinema-Crazed.com.
Garry McGee (McMarr LTD) is the author of “Jean Seberg: Breathless” and co-author of “Neutralized: The FBI vs Jean Seberg” and “The Films of Jean Seberg”. He received a Regional Emmy® nomination for writing the documentary The Last Wright. McGee is the co-producer/co-director, along with Kelly and Tammy Rundle of Fourth Wall Films of the award-winning documentary Movie Star: The Secret Lives of Jean Seberg. The film will be released on DVD in 2018.