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Date and time information is now available for the screening of The Slaughter Rule in the New Directors/New Films festival in New York City, which runs from March 22 - April 7, 2002. Slaughter will show on Friday, March 29, at 9:00PM and on Sunday, March 31 at 8:30PM.

All films are shown at the Museum of Modern Art's Titus I Theater. Tickets can be purchased at the box office of the Museum of Modern Art starting Friday, March 1, 2002. Hours: Saturday through Thursday, 10:30 am to 5:45 pm; Friday, 10:30 am to 8:15 pm.

Thanks Susan! (3/4)

The Slaughter Rule is headed for another film festival! Lucky fans in the Austin, Texas area can check it out at the South by Southwest (SXSW) film festival, being held in Austin from March 8-17, 2002.

The film is being screened a number of times during the festival's run. The site doesn't list any individual ticket prices, although a pass encompassing the entire festival runs $250.

Most of us probably will not be able to attend, but it's good news that the film is getting more exposure, which increases the odds of the film picking up a distributor.

Thanks, Yoshiko and Lynda! (2/22)

Both the Hollywood Reporter and Variety are reporting that David has been cast in a CBS fall drama TV pilot called Hack.

According to the Hollywood Reporter story, "Hack revolves around a former cop (Morse) who works as a taxi driver after losing his job as a policeman for being on the take. He helps people solve their problems and fight injustice while trying to win back his son and wife, who left him when he was fired. The casting of Morse firms up the pilot order for Hack, which had a cast-contingent pickup."

Thanks, Susan, Yoshiko, and Lynda! (2/19)

Diary of a City PriestDiary of a City Priest will be aired on public television on Easter Sunday, March 31, 2002, according to ITVS, the production company. Check your local public television station listings to see what time it will air in your area.

And be sure to check out the Diary of a City Priest Trailer, also on the ITVS web site.

Thanks Yoshiko and Lynda! (2/18)

Double VisionDouble Vision now has a preliminary official web site. Nothing much out there, yet, but you can sign up to be notified when the site becomes active.

Could this be a David movie that actually gets a wide release?

Although, perhaps there is still hope, for The Slaughter Rule. The film will be screened at the New Directors/New Films festival in New York City, March 22 - April 7, 2002, where it might pick up a distributor.

Thanks, Lynda, President of the David Morse Fan Club for sharing the link. (2/17)

The IMDB.com is showing that David will be featured in an upcoming Canadian TV series called Patti, playing a character simply called, "Fire Marshall."

However, the official Patti Web Site doesn't list David as being among the cast. And in a photo from the 1999 short , "Patti Burns," that the series is based on, taken from the Screen Trade Canada web site, it's clearly not David as the Fire Marshall.

Patti debuts in Canada on April 27, 2002, so I hope you Canadian fans will keep us posted. (2/16)

The cast and crew of St. Elsewhere will be reunited in the 2002 William S. Paley Television Festival on March 7, 2002 at 7:00 PM. The festival will be held at the DGA (Director's Guild of America) Theatre Complex in Los Angeles, CA. If you live in the area, you can purchase tickets, available at various local outlets.

Scheduled to appear in person: Bonnie Bartlett, William Daniels, Tom Fontana, Stephen Furst, Mark Harmon, Terence Knox, Eric Laneuville, Norman Lloyd, Howie Mandel, John Masius, Bruce Paltrow, Christina Pickles, and Mark Tinker.

No indication if David will be there, but who knows? The site also states that "Additional panelists to be announced." (2/12)

Direct from Solaris Entertainment is the news that The Slaughter Rule will be included in the New Directors/New Films festival in New York City, which runs from March 22 - April 7, 2002.

Thanks, Susan! (2/8)

The David Morse Fan Site Japan is featuring a link to the Greater Philadelphia Film Office site where David will be a regional judge in the 2002 "Set In Philadelphia" Screenwriting Competition at the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema, which will run from April 4-15th, 2002.

This festival, presented by the Philadelphia Film Society,  is an annual citywide celebration of cultural diversity and artistic excellence highlighting the best in world cinema. The 11-day festival features premiere screenings of international and U.S. films, tributes, workshops, and parties. (1/31)

The Slaughter Rule didn't win anything at Sundance, but it really got some good buzz during it's run. We can only hope that a distributor will pick it up in the next few months.

Here's another article related to the movie that features some interesting background info on the film. Thanks Susan! (1/29)

In an article concerning the possible winners in the upcoming Golden Globes and at Sundance, a Reuters story mentions The Slaughter Rule, saying:

"As in the Oscar race, Sundance audiences are widely split in their opinions of the 16 movies in competition for best drama. But the word on the snowy streets here is that "The Slaughter Rule," about a farm boy growing into adulthood and learning that matters of family, honor and love aren't always black-and-white, is one of the top films. " Thanks, Lynda! (1/18)

There's been a few reviews of The Slaughter Rule starting to come in. Here is a great review from the IndieWIRE web site that has much praise for David's performance. And here's another short blurb from AICN News. Susan, thanks! (1/18)

Here is a great photo of David and other members of the cast and crew of The Slaughter Rule in this Sundance portrait.

And the Los Angeles Times has a feature length story about Slaughter saying in part, "The movie, which is in the festival's dramatic competition, stars veteran character actor David Morse ("The Green Mile") in what some at Sundance are saying is one of his finest performances." Cool! Thanks, Susan! (1/17)

The Sundance Institute has just launched the Sundance Online Resource Center. According to the press release, this site showcases web sites for each film in the Sundance Film Festival and the Sundance Online Film Festival as well as expanded information on the filmmakers, panel participants, and official activities at the Festival.

Check out the Sundance site for The Slaughter Rule.

The festival starts, today, with showings of Slaughter on January 11, 12, 14, 16, and 18. (1/10)

Here's a rare find, the playbill from David's 1995 appearance in On the Waterfront, at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, in NYC.

Thanks, Wendy! (1/9)

Coinciding with the re-showing of St. Elsewhere on Bravo, here is one of the original press photos from Episode #24, Lust Et Veritas.

Wendy, thanks again! (1/9)

Desperate Hours

Desperate Hours is scheduled for release on Region 1 DVD on April 16, 2002. It looks like a pretty bare-bones release, with the only feature being the theatrical trailer.

You can pre-order the DVD at DVD Empire for $10.47 (M.S.R.P is $14.97) (1/7)



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