O’Salvation, it’s written in an article on nashvillescene.com, have produced two new films by Nashville locals, with James Clauer’s half-hour The Aluminum Fowl (“a semi-documentary about black Louisiana cockfighters”) and Brent Stewart’s Blackberry Winter (“a post-apocalyptic mood piece, strikingly shot in high-contrast black-and-white”). According to the article, the two films will appear in festivals before being released on a single DVD. Thanks to baal. Further searching of Nashville Scene also finds a small note that Korine wanted actor Timothy Carey (1929 – 1994) to appear in Gummo. Korine’s Mister Lonely was to begin filming in this month of October, it was said before, but we do not know if this went ahead.