February 2, 2016 — UCR Campus Theater, Palm Desert, CA (Speaker, film event, book signing)
February 10, 2016 — Daedalians Aviation Group, March Air Force Base, CA (Guest speaker, book signing)
February 21, 2016 — Rafael Theater, San Francisco, CA (Presentation, discussion, screening, book signing)
March 18 - 20, 2016 — San Luis Obispo Film Festival, CA (Introductions, discussions, screening events, book signings)
May 9, 2016 — Wilshire Ebell Women's Club, Los Angeles, CA (Special Guest)
May 18, 2016 — John Wayne Tribute, Autrey Museum, Los Angeles, CA (Guest Appearance)
June 2 - 5, 2016 — San Francisco Silent Film Festival (Opening Night Guest Appearance, book signing)
July 12, 2016 — Women's Club of Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA (Presentation, book signing)
August 9 - 11, 2016 — Loft Theater, Empire Ranch Foundation, Tucson, AZ (Presentation, book signing)
August 25 - 28, 2016 — Western Legends Roundup, Kanab, UT (Presentation, photo autographs, book signing)
September 1 - 5, 2016. Cinecon Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA (Book signing, Sept. 1, 12 to 5pm. Film introduction, 7pm.)
November 4, 2016 — Palm Springs Air Museum, CA (Presentation, book signing)
December 5, 2016 — Pasadena Courthouse, CA (Presentation, book signing)
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William Wellman, Jr.'s website!
WATCH HIS MOVIE:
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Bill is a star of such cult classic's as:
Born Losers, High School Confidential, It’s Alive, A Swingin’ Summer,
Macumba Love, Black Caesar, Image of the Beast, The Prodigal Planet,
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men and a guest star on
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
His career covers all genres including: Westerns, War films,
Comedies, Dramas, Soap Operas, Sci-fi, and Horror.
Wild Bill Hollywood Maverick, the acclaimed, award-winning documentary film, explores the life and times of the prolific American filmmaker, William A. Wellman, as well as examining the social fabric of an emerging popular culture that he was helping to construct. "Wild Bill", as he was nicknamed, forged a directing career spanning 35 years and 76 films including that of the winner for the first Best Picture Oscar for WINGS, (1927). Wellman, a daring fighter pilot seriously wounded in World War I, was not easily cowed by the brutality of this Hollywood studio system.