Paul Hunton

Production Director

Paul Hunton can tame a lion with a flick of his wrist. He is also KTTZ-TV’s Production Director and an award winning filmmaker with an extensive background in production for large scale Hollywood films and independent cinema and documentaries. He hosts Channel 5’s “24 Frames” a show that goes behind the scenes of movies, the arts, and entertainment in Lubbock. You can check out his film reviews and go behind the scenes of “24 Frames” on the “24 Frames” blog here on kttz.org

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Channel 5
4:50 pm
Wed June 13, 2012

24 Frames

Paul Hunton Interviews Angie Dickinson from Rio Bravo.
Marcela Garcia

It's another  edition of 24 Frames! This time, Paul Hunton travels to Austin for the Texas Film Hall of Fame Awards. See interviews with Meat LoafAngie DickinsonG.W.

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Blogs
4:43 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

DVD Picks 6/12/2012

Pretty decent week...

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2012)
dir. Guy Ritchie

Robert Downey Jr. has one of the most inspirational comeback stories of all time. With "The Avengers" he added the cherry to his otherwise stellar phoenix-like reemergence. These new Sherlock films are also a big part of it. This one does not disappoint. 

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Channel 5
11:52 am
Mon June 11, 2012

24 Frames: Blockbuster Summer

Paul Hunton at Star Comics in Lubbock.

 

The first episode of 24 Frames is now online!

Blogs
1:12 pm
Tue May 29, 2012

DVD Picks 5/29/2012

It's a slow week, but there are some gems here, especially in the "better in Blu" segment.

 

Goon (2012)
dir. Michael Dowse

Seann William Scott is sort of an analomy, a pretty one note actor but he always entertains. He will never be a Chevy Chase or Bill Murray but he's fun to watch and "Goon" is apparently really funny.

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Blogs
8:26 am
Thu May 24, 2012

DVD Picks 05-22-2012

I almost forgot to do this! Let me start over... I DID FORGET TO DO THIS ON TUESDAY! I apologize, thanks for the viewer/reader who reminded me I forgot to recommend DVD picks this week! Without further ado,

 

Red Tails (2012)
dir. Anthony Hemingway

Produced by George Lucas, and starring some very fine actors I can't imagine this movie isn't at least worth a rental. The aerial battles looked amazing in the trailers and I bet it's worth $1.00 at redbox for that stuff alone!

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