[Audio] Humboldt-shot Kirsten Dunst thriller ‘Woodshock’ screening earlier here; Humboldt’s last week of news
In the latest episode of Humboldt Last Week (10:18): A new and unique Humboldt-shot thriller starring Kirsten Dunst called “Woodshock” will debut locally with two screenings at the Minor Theater in Arcata on September 9, a little less than two weeks before its official release date on September 22.
“We’re always thrilled when a production comes up here because it brings in a lot of money to our economy — they spent about $800,000 (directly) during that timeframe that they were here,” said Humboldt-Del Norte Film Commissioner Cassandra Hesseltine. “So when you add in all the multipliers it’s almost $2.4 million by the time the money leaves the economy.”
In the podcast Hesseltine talks about the film, filming locations, how locals interacted with the cast and crew, the process of crew knocking on doors asking to rent local homes for shooting, and much more.
The interview begins at 10:18.
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