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Tony Hillermanís breakthrough Navajo police novel, Skinwalkers, comes to PBS in a two-hour American MYSTERY! Special executive-produced by long-time Hillerman fan Robert Redford. Independent filmmaker Chris Eyre (Smoke Signals) directs co-stars Adam Beach (Windtalkers, Smoke Signals) and Wes Studi (The Last of the Mohicans, Dances with Wolves) as officers Chee and Leaphorn. The broadcast premieres Sunday, November 24, 2002 at 9pm on PBS.
Skinwalkers is the first in a projected series of Hillerman stories on MYSTERY! and represents a new crime beat for the traditionally British-oriented series.
Features on the SKINWALKERS Web site include:
· Navajoland: As MYSTERY! fans know, the setting of the crime is everything. We replaced the British countryside with Navajolandóbut what does that really mean? Learn more about this corner of America and its people. Tony Hillerman himself takes you on a guided tour through his favorite spots, with photos taken by his brother.
Interviews with Robert Redford, Tony Hillerman, Adam Beach, Rebecca Eaton, Chris Eyre, James Redford, and Wes Studi.· Discussion: MYSTERY!'s Skinwalkers discussion is hosted within PBS Online's
Multicity environment. Register to post your comments or enter as a guest to read what others are saying.
· Chat: Keep appraised of online chats with our talent. Chat with Wes Studi on November 20th and Adam Beach on the 21st.
Plus all the great regular features like cast lists, synopsis, and links and bibliography.
The MYSTERY! Web site is produced by WGBH Interactive, Boston, which produces Web sites supporting WGBH national series such as NOVA, ANTIQUES ROADSHOW and ARTHUR. WGBH Interactive also produces WGBH ONLINE (www.wgbh.org), updated weekly for WGBH viewers, members and listeners throughout the Northeast. The WGBH Educational Foundation is the single largest producer of primetime television programs and Web sites seen nationally on PBS and PBS ONLINE.
PBS.org, PBS's award-winning site on
the World Wide Web, produces high-quality Web programming as it pioneers
the convergence of television and the Internet. PBS.org features more than
150,000 pages of content as well as companion Web sites for more than 500
PBS programs and specials, and is the #1 "dot-org" Web site in the world.
(Source: Nielsen NetRatings)
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