Tuesday Jul 8
"The Squaw Man" 100th anniversary
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce and members of the film industry gathered together July 1 to mark the 100th anniversary of "The Squaw Man," the first feature film to be made in Hollywood.
Watching the television can kill you
According to FilmLA, for the first time since before Cecil B. DeMille yelled “roll 'em!” on “The Squaw Man,” more television pilots were shot in New York than Los Angeles.
Salt Lake Tribune
Special screenings: Tumbleweeds Film Festival, 'Smash & Grab,' etc.
A centennial screening of Cecil B. DeMille's first film, the 1914 silent Western "The Squaw Man," about a disgraced British officer who heads to the American West to start a new life.
Remembering Hollywood's First Feature Film - 'The Squaw Man'
As Hollywood goes through the annual ritual and frenzy of the Oscars, celebrating all it is and aspires to be through the prism of this year's films, it's worth noting that on this day 100 years ago the first feature film hit theaters.
Back in the Day: San Jacinto Mountains drew movie makers
Hollywood has always been interested in finding nearby locations that could stand in for far flung areas across the United States and the world.