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By Film Threat Staff | April 12, 2007

Friday, April 13, the Ashland Independent Film Festival will present a “Rogue Award” to Bruce Campbell and audience members will be the first in the world see a sneak preview of his latest film, “My Name is Bruce.”

Shot in Ashland and other southern Oregon locations last summer with many local actors and crew, the film was produced by Dark Horse Entertainment, Portland, publishers of the graphic novel “300” a recent movie box office hit. Campbell will take questions after the sneak preview (schedule permitting.)

“My Name Is Bruce” is the tale of a small town set upon by demons after a group of teen-agers unwittingly unleash an ancient curse. Campbell, playing himself, is kidnapped off the set of a B horror movie and, despite his protestations that he’s just an actor, is forced to play the role of his heroic movie character in order to save the town. Also showing at the Armory April, 13 are “Bubba Ho-tep,” “Evil Dead II” and “Army of Darkness.”

Bruce Campbell and company in “My Name is Bruce”

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