UPDATED: So who was this year’s Brad Renfro, Farrah Fawcett, and Bea Arthur? Forgotten dead Hollywood types included Oscar-nominated Don Peterman, Director of Photography for Splash, Cocoon, Flashdance, Star Trek IV, Point Break, Get Shorty, Men In Black, and many others. Marty Baum, the longtime CAA motion picture talent agent. Eric Rohmer, the arthouse French filmmaker and screenwriter who was one of the key figures of the post-war New Wave cinema movement and who made 24 films. Corey Haim, the teen film actor who died last March at age 38. Maria Schneider, from 1972’s Last Tango In Paris who died of cancer this month. Monica Johnson, co-writer of the Albert Brooks films Real Life, Modern Romance, Lost in America, The Muse, and Mother. Lisa Blount, who not only was an Academy nominee for An Officer And Gentleman but also a winner as producer of the Best Short Film in 2002. More coming in…
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