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4th Annual Int'l
Special 50th Anniversary screening of
"The Wild Bunch" 
Meet Special Guests - Q&A's
The Wild Bunch 
Friday evening Oct 4th (exact time announced soon)
The Wild Bunch Film Festival - Willcox Historic Theater in Willcox, AZ


Susan Compo is the author of ‘Warren Oates: A Wild Life’ and ‘Earthbound: David Bowie and The Man Who Fell to Earth’ as well as two short story collections and one novel.

She taught in USC’s MFA writing program for a decade and lives and runs just outside the City of Los Angeles. 

Q&A w/Susan hosted by Charlie LeSueur, after "The Wild Bunch" screening!
Susan Compo
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Also meet: 
Torrey & Cody Oates
(daughter and son of Warren Oates)

(Photos coming soon)
PLease note: All guest are subject to availability.  Absolutely no refunds of any kind.
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Meet Author, Susan Compo
Meet author, filmmaker & 
Sam Peckinpah historian, Paul Seydor
William Holden leads a band of aging robbers through the hard world of the Old West, pursued by former-friend-turned bounty-hunter Robert Ryan. The balletic violence and weary fatalism that Peckinpah brings to his vision of the American West is underscored by some of sweatiest, dirtiest, bloodiest performances from some of the toughest actors of all time. Ernest Borgnine, Ben Johnson and Warren Oates shoot, screw, drink, and ride their way through the film’s harsh landscape, while managing to imbue it with a sense of sublime poetry. This is a film about men who have outlived their time and cling to a code that will be discarded by future generations: stand by your friends, take what you can get, and don’t kill civilians...unless they get in the way.

Paul Seydor is a film professor at Chapman University and the editor of dozens of feature films including TURNER AND HOOCH, WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP, HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE and many more. 

He was also the Director and Editor of the Oscar Nominated documentary short film, THE WILD BUNCH: AN ALBUM IN MONTAGE.​

Q&A w/Paul hosted by Charlie LeSueur after "THE WILD BUNCH: AN ALBUM IN MONTAGE" screening.
1970 Oscar Nominee for:
Best Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Material Not Previously Published or Produced
Best Music, Original Score for a Motion Picture 
Paul Seydor's 
"The Wild Bunch: An Album in Montage"
will also screen during this event!

(34 minute documentary)
                    1997 Oscar Nominee for Best Documentary, Short Subject. Short Subjects