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August 7, 2014

And Finally!

Taken from The Weekly

Taken from The Weekly

Paul’s movie makes it to his hometown.  Imagine being an actor who stars in a movie that is released on the big screen in your home town!  Has to feel good, wouldn’t you think?  Read about it here in the Seattle Weekly:

http://www.seattleweekly.com/home/953977-129/best-of-seattle-new-movie-star

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July 19, 2014
Paul Headlines the NY Times Arts Section

Paul Headlines the NY Times Arts Section

Paul Eenhoorn in the New York Times

While your editor has been on a moving-across-the-country hiatus, our friend and actor Paul Eenhoorn has been in the ‘buzz’.  We’re a little late on the uptake due to the hiatus, but here he is landing ontop the NY Times Arts Section for a second time, with a half-page featured article inside.

Read all about it!

Read all about it!

Photos from NY Times courtesy of Townsend Canon

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June 15, 2014

…have increased!

Recent Correspondence

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“Two Days in LA.. Promoting Land Ho Staying at the Beverly Wilshire.. I will never be the same again…”  – Paul

Photos from Facebook

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June 11, 2014
Paul often notices something incoming at around 2 o'clock in photos.  :)

Paul often notices something incoming at around 2 o’clock in photos. 🙂

Nothing but Presence

A very short, but insightful interview with our friend, Paul Eenhoorn: http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/paul-eenhoorn/Content?oid=19829929

Photo from the Stranger online

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May 16, 2014
Genius Nominee, Paul Eenhoorn, Displays Winning Invitation.

Genius Nominee, Paul Eenhoorn, Displays Winning Invitation.

Paul Eenhoorn Nominated for Genius Award

Well!  Look who has popped further into prominence.  Seattle’s Stranger Magazine honors our own with Genius awards each year.  And the nominees are all notified via cake.  (I guess you can have your cake and eat it too.)  Two recently prominent Indie Films have catapulted Paul to this status (among other contributions).  Read about it all here:    http://slog.thestranger.com/slog/archives/2014/05/15/the-2014-genius-award-nominees-are

There’s an old interview posted on this blog somewhere… but where, eludes me now.  Can’t find it.  Wait!  Here it is!   https://schn00dles.wordpress.com/2010/05/03/im-not-going-any-deeper-than-that-ill-start-to-cry/

Photo taken from web article.

This just broke!  It was learned less than one minute ago that the cake was chocolate.

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April 27, 2014

Bringing You Up to Date

Paul at the Tribecca Film Festival.

Paul at the Tribeca Film Festival.

Getting a little photobombing in while tipsy!

Photo by Facebook

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April 24, 2014

Paul Does the Big Apple

Paul Eenhoorn with colleagues at the Tribeca Film Festiveal 2014

Paul Eenhoorn with colleagues at the Tribeca Film Festiveal 2014

Just to bring you all up to date, here’s Paul in New York City!   

http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/kTeuZIEpg1R/Tribeca+Film+Festival+Portrait+Studio/gmnAjv_5l2g/Paul+Eenhoorn

Look for his film, “Land Ho!” coming to a theater (fairly) near you!

Picture taken from website.

Travelling Expenses

February 4, 2014

Editor’s Note:  Here we go!  Follow Paul as his star ascends…

And This is What Happens Next…

“Saturday, Jan. 18, 11:00 a.m. — Downstairs, Main Street, Park CityThe place is packed, elbow-to-elbow traffic both upstairs and down, grinning businesspeople and harried publicists doting on idling celebrities waiting to get their pictures taken and then do it all again next door. This is just the first stop in a string of semi-cozy publisher-run DMVs, where people wait in long lines to have their photos taken in requisite initiation. Having a movie at Sundance is a great honor, but even more so, it’s exhausting; the march up and down the mountainous Main Street for brief and transactional press spots and photo shoots can leave you gasping for your breath and sanity.”  – Paul Eenhoorn
A Week With The Very Unlikely Breakout Stars Of This Year’s Sundance
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How the underdog cast and crew — led by a hard-partying septuagenarian eye surgeon — of a low-budget, offbeat buddy comedy became the surprise…  Go to:  http://www.buzzfeed.com/jordanzakarin/a-week-at-sundance-2014-land-ho
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February 3, 2014

Editor’s Note:  Do you remember when we first met Paul, here?  His latest film, “Land Ho!” has been picked up by Sony for distribution.

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And Now, For The Good News

“Toasts are given and glasses clinked, everyone just floating on air, semi-delirious from sleep deprivation but focused on just how great this whole thankless business can be when you work your ass off and do things right. Eenhoorn, who earlier in the day was feeding off a feeling of vindication, is now just exuberant, discussing everything from ideas he has for his own directorial efforts to, at one point, giving his best impression of Al Pacino reciting “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.”
The gruff, singsong impression is actually not half-bad. He’s all smiles tonight, optimistic about his future and glad, he says, that he stuck it out in this business.
Christina Jennings, one of the producers on the film, opens up about her pending decision to move to Iceland; never before has she felt such a spiritual connection with a piece of land, she says.
The movie has really changed everyone’s lives.”  – Paul Eenhoorn (written on Facebook)

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January 17, 2014

Paul Eenhoorn Surfaces in Iceland!

Editor’s Note:  I’ll bet none of you who have been wondering what Paul Eenhoorn is up to, guessed that he might be shooting a new movie in Iceland!  He’s ripping it up onscreen as one of a pair of old duffers out to celebrate a friendship in a quite out of the way place.  Look for it at Sundance!

Land Ho!’ Poster Premiere: This Is the Sundance Movie You Definitely Want to Party With

By  Jan 13, 2014

Two ex-brothers-in-law (This Is Martin Bonner’s Paul Eenhoorn and Eastbound & Down’s Earl Lynn Nelson) set off on an Iceland vacation to reclaim their youth; dipping their toes in the Reykjavik nightclub scene, visiting trendy spas, dining at daring restaurants and communing at rugged campsites. What starts as a raucous adventure becomes a journey of self-discovery.

Land Ho! is the latest producing project from lyrical indie-film favorite David Gordon Green, directed by Martha Stephens (Pilgrim SongPassenger Pigeons) and Aaron Katz (Cold WeatherQuiet City). The endearing tale is part 1980s raucous road comedy, part sensitive and charming portrait of aging à la an edgier Strangers in Good Company for men. Interestingly enough, Nelson, who wasn’t formally trained as an actor, plays a brazen surgeon in the film. He’s also a practicing surgeon in his offscreen life as well. Nelson’s improvisational, naturalistic style caught the eye of Green when he appeared in Stephens’ Passenger Pigeons.

We have the poster premiere for Land Ho!, which teases a bit of that lovely Icelandic landscape and the refreshingly genuine and fun bond Eenhoorn and Nelson share throughout the film. The witty work will make its debut at this year’s Sundance Film Festival on January 19.


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