The Duke City Shootout welcomes one of Hollywood's most versatile and talented actress, Elaine Hendrix, to this year's event. Hendrix, who's appeared in everything from Disney's The Parent Trap to the cult phenomenon What the Bleep Do We Know?! to the acclaimed CBS TV series Joan of Arcadia, will star in Will Hartman's Shootout short Food For Thought.


Ms. Hendrix has been called an “actor’s actor”, a “triple-threat”, a “guy’s girl”, and renowned Variety columnist Army Archerd likened her to Carol Lombard. Anyone who has the joy of seeing her work most certainly joins The Houston Chronicle in proclaiming, “Elaine Hendrix is excellent!...Get that girl a sit-com!”

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Comment by Chris K. on July 21, 2008 at 10:56am
The Duke City Shootout welcomes one of Albuquerque's least known actors, Chris K, to this year's event. K, who has appeared in a some stuff in college and also did some skit work on the Daily Buzz (a syndicated morning show on the CW), will do a non speaking part where he potrays a salesman who gets chomped on by some high school Zombies in Will Hartman's Shootout short Food For Thought.

Mr. K has been called Daddy by his two children, a “goob” and a “dork” by his wife, and renowned Daily Buzz host Mitch English likened him to Opie from the Andy Griffith Show. Anyone who has the joy of seeing his work most certainly joins anyone who is reading this in proclaiming, “Who is that moron?”
Comment by Duke City Shootout Digital Filmmaking Festival on July 21, 2008 at 10:58am
Chris - welcome to the Shootout!
Comment by Chris K. on July 21, 2008 at 11:00am
Thanks, I am looking forward to it. I have always wanted to be eaten by a Zombie.
Comment by Bluegoo on July 21, 2008 at 2:06pm
New age bs that is what the beep was. The person who wrote that needs to stop smoking loco weed heeh

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