Filmmakers Visit the Site of 1958 Movie Location in Western North Carolina
Filmmakers of The Expediter(www.theexpediterfilm.com) take a break from the events at The Ashville Film Festival, where The Expediter was nominated for best-supporting actress and best feature drama to explore Asheville’s rich film history. Here, film archeologists, Bob and Mike using production stills from Robert Mitchum’s 1958, classic Thunder Road have discovered a shooting location.
“Let me tell the story, I can tell it all About the mountain boy who ran illegal alcohol His daddy made the whiskey, son, he drove the load When his engine roared, they called the highway Thunder Road. Sometimes into Asheville, sometimes Memphis town The revenoors chased him but they couldn’t run him down Each time they thought they had him, his engine would explode He’d go by like they were standin’ still on that Thunder Road…”
Asheville Film Festival Selects The Expediter Independent Film
The Expediter has been selected to be presented at the Asheville Film Festival 2017. The festival is scheduled for September 16th, 2017 and will be held at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College Tech in beautiful Asheville, North Carolina.
The Asheville Film Festival celebrates the art of film making! Great film making. The kind of film that can only be described with sentences that end with an exclamation mark! Films that excite, entertain and make us walk out of a theater and say, “I’m changed.”
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actress
Best Horror / Thriller / Sci Fi
Best Student Film