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Prancing Lavender Bunnies and Other Stuff from the Darkside of Independent Cinema By Paul Turner
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Irreverent stories about running an alternative, locally owned, independent movie theater in a small Oregon town; appreciations of fiercely loyal patrons; and rants about the peculiar business of... More > dealing with movie studios. Paul also writes about his earlier experiences running movie theaters, some of which are now gone forever, and his forays into the American West, as seen from the seat of his motorcycle. Movies and motorcycles, twin passions for Paul, provide a never-ending supply of inspiration for Paul’s creativity.< Less
Prancing Lavender Bunnies and Other Stuff from the Darkside of Independent Cinema By Paul Turner
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Irreverent stories about running an alternative, locally owned, independent movie theater in a small Oregon town; appreciations of fiercely loyal patrons; and rants about the peculiar business of... More > dealing with movie studios. Paul also writes about his earlier experiences running movie theaters, some of which are now gone forever, and his forays into the American West, as seen from the seat of his motorcycle. Movies and motorcycles, twin passions for Paul, provide a never-ending supply of inspiration for Paul’s creativity.< Less
DODGING THE BUTTERFLY NETS By Paul Turner
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Running an independent art house movie theater is not for the faint of heart. It takes imagination, a sense of humor, and perhaps a bit of lunacy. These essays, culled from weekly newsletters sent... More > out in 2007, tell the story of one man, four screens, and a small-town community of cinema lovers.< Less
DODGING THE BUTTERFLY NETS By Paul Turner
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Running an independent art house movie theater is not for the faint of heart. It takes imagination, a sense of humor, and perhaps a bit of lunacy. These essays, culled from weekly newsletters sent... More > out in 2007, tell the story of one man, four screens, and a small-town community of cinema lovers.< Less