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April 21, 2000 | MICHAEL P. LUCAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hollywood producers may be hard-pressed to make a movie that runs under three hours, but Tarzana filmmaker Shawna Brakefield brought in her latest at under three minutes. Brakefield Productions' "Super Fans" is about a quartet of bleacher bums who lack a game to go to, but gather anyway to hoot and jeer at--well, we can't give away the film's punch line, but these four bring fanaticism to a hilariously wrongheaded level. Quickly.
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January 27, 1999 | MICHAEL P. LUCAS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Michael Hagerty is a novice producer on a new feature film with a tiny bottom line--$75,000--none of which went to actors. "Every dime we spent, you'll see it on the screen. And look here: I still have all my hair," Hagerty said, pointing to a frame on an editing monitor. Hopwood Productions--an enterprise of the film's writer-director-star Hopwood Depree--is making the movie under a Screen Actors Guild low-budget agreement.
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