In the aftermath of the civil war, survivors Lamberic White and Spiney Shamblins remain lost in the ongoing chaos of a living hell. Lamberic, enraged by Spiney’s drunken abuse of his wife Veronica, responds with grim measures, leading to momentous consequence.
Written and Produced by John Carter Cash
Directed By David McClister
John Carter Cash - Sheriff Lamberic White Eric Hamilton - Spiney Shamblings Ana Cristina Cash - Veronica Shamblings, Girl At The Bar Joseph Cash - Deputy Abel Cross, Young John Carter Cash Trey Call - Deputy Dicky Joe Wood Damon Fielder - Deputy Earnest Wood Ashely Ownby - Veronica’s Friend/ Waitress Behind bar Brad Jenkins - Farmer Jenkins Kenan McGuffey - Janitor at Bar And Jamey Johnson As The Reverend William Miller
Producer - April Kimbrell Editor - Chris St. Croix Director of Photography In Oregon - Shaune McDowell Director of Photography in Nashville - Keith Leman Director of Photography in Murfreesboro - Jeff Steinborn,/br> Sound Editing and Mixing - Chuck Turner Re-Recording Mixer - John Zvolensky Foley - Jonathan Jost and Abby Boehnlein Colorist - Rodney Williams
Original Music by John Carter Cash, Bill Miller and Justin Johnson
Filmed on location in the badlands of Oregon, and in Nashville and Murfreesboro, Tennessee
YouTube Originals presents The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash. Johnny Cash stands among the giants of 20th century American life. But his story remains tangled in mystery and myth. This documentary, created with the full cooperation of the Cash estate and rich in recently discovered archival materials, brings Cash the man out from behind the legend. Taking the remarkable Folsom Prison recording as a central motif and featuring interviews with family and celebrated collaborators, the film explores the artistic victories, the personal tragedies, the struggles with addiction, and the spiritual pursuits that colored Johnny Cash's life.
The Original Score to the documentary is available now, featuring essential Johnny Cash recordings & original score by Mike McCready incorporating exclusive interview soundbites with Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, and others. https://JohnnyCash.lnk.to/TheGiftOST
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Release date - November 11th, 2019 Running time - 1:34:19
Directed by James Mangold Produced by James Keach and Cathy Konrad Screenplay by Gill Dennis and James Mangold Based on Man in Black: His Own Story in His Own Words and Cash: The Autobiography by Johnny Cash
Starring: Joaquin Phoenix Reese Witherspoon Ginnifer Goodwin Robert Patrick
Music by T Bone Burnett Cinematography Phedon Papamichael Edited by Michael McCusker Production company Fox 2000 Pictures Distributed by 20th Century Fox Release date - September 4, 2005 (Telluride Film Festival) November 18, 2005 (United States) Running time - 136 minutes (theatrical cut) 153 minutes (extended cut)
Johnny Cash: American Rebel celebrates the life and artistry of the Man in Black through the unique perspective of a dozen of his greatest songs, from his first No. 1 hit, "I Walk the Line," in 1957 to 2002's "Hurt," which is considered his farewell masterpiece and one of the most acclaimed music videos of all time. An epic tribute to this gifted artist, fighter of causes and legendary entertainer, this film combines original interviews with his family, friends and admirers, including John Carter Cash, Rosanne Cash, Carlene Carter, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, Rodney Crowell, Clive Davis, Merle Haggard, Kris Kristofferson, John Mellencamp, Kid Rock, Rick Rubin, Willie Nelson and more.