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indieWIRE Presents: Greg Whiteley and "New York Doll"

By Indiewire | Indiewire October 27, 2005 at 3:50AM

indieWIRE continues its monthly series with Apple Store - SoHo that presents indie film professionals discussing various aspects of the filmmaking process. On Friday, October 28th, Greg Whiteley, director of "New York Doll," will discuss his feature film debut which follows the ups and downs of Arthur Kane. A recovering alcoholic and recently converted Mormon, mild-mannered Arthur Kane is first introduced on the LA bus he takes most days to his job at the Family History Center library. No one would connect the shy 55-year-old in the suit and tie to Arthur "Killer" Kane, the statuesque bassist for the legendary '70s rock band, "The New York Dolls." For more details visit indieWIRE Calendar.
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indieWIRE continues its monthly series with Apple Store - SoHo that presents indie film professionals discussing various aspects of the filmmaking process. On Friday, October 28th, Greg Whiteley, director of "New York Doll," will discuss his feature film debut which follows the ups and downs of Arthur Kane. A recovering alcoholic and recently converted Mormon, mild-mannered Arthur Kane is first introduced on the LA bus he takes most days to his job at the Family History Center library. No one would connect the shy 55-year-old in the suit and tie to Arthur "Killer" Kane, the statuesque bassist for the legendary '70s rock band, "The New York Dolls." For more details visit indieWIRE Calendar.

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