Friday, October 22, a new revision of the 1989 indie classic Chameleon Street opens in BAM. Wendell B. Harris’ unique laughter follows a man with a real sense of humor, Douglas Street, whose ever-increasing sense of humor reveals his genius and deep-rooted genius. Wendell not only wrote and directed the film but, like his hero Orson Welles, also played a leading man with all the horrible charm of a man who deceived his way to the operating room.
In a recent podcast, Wendell joined in FC Editors Clinton Krute and Devika Girish on an exciting oral production story Chameleon Street, who won the Grand Jury Award at Sundance in 1990. He also revealed that he made it his own: in 1978, he participated in an interview with former Hollywood actor Hurd Hatfield by pretending to be a player. Video Comment journalist. Now, if Wendell can get the tape… Better late than never!
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