Past News:

-On January 28, 2006, Tom Schiller presented a selection of his short films and his feature film Nothing Lasts Forever at The Dryden Theatre at the historical George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. Over 400 people attended. http://www.eastmanhouse.org/inc/
programs_events/film.php


-Nothing Lasts Forever played at the St. Louis International Film Festival (November 10-20, 2005) on November 12. Michael Streeter introduced the film and signed copies of his book afterwards.

-Janet Vasquez presented Norm Macdonald and Victoria Jackson with copies of Nothing Lost Forever on September 17. Take a look at the pictures!

-View pictures from the Lincoln Center event. Tom Schiller, Bill Murray, Zach Galligan, Laila Nabulsi, Tom Davis and Michael Streeter showed up for a special event at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center on Tuesday, September 6. Rare, 16mm film prints of five of Schiller's best short films from SNL were shown, followed by the feature film Nothing Lasts Forever. Following the screening, Schiller, Galligan, Murray, Nabulsi and Streeter took to the stage to answer questions from the sold-out audience. Afterwards, Tom Schiller, Michael Streeter, Zach Galligan, Tom Davis and Bill Murray sat down (or stood around) for a book signing of Streeter's Nothing Lost Forever: The Films of Tom Schiller.

-Nothing Lost Forever was featured in a full-page article in the July 24 issue of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Click here to read it. (note: unfortunately the article is no longer available online)
-"Nothing Lost Forever: The Films of Tom Schiller" was featured in St. Louis Magazine this August.
-Tom appeared on KWNG FM in Red Wing, MN on Tuesday, July 26 at 9:10 AM EST.
-At 10:45 AM EST, also on Tuesday, July 26, Tom was on The Weasel Show on WJFX Radio (107.9 FM) in Indianapolis, IN.
-Tom Schiller appeared on The Morning Drive on WWKN 104 FM in Battle Creek, MI on Tuesday, July 12 at 8:20 AM
-At 8:40 AM, also on Tuesday, July 12, Tom was on The Morning Mix with Jessie & Bill on KNEN 94.7 FM in Norfolk, NE.
-Then at 9:05 EST (again, on Tuesday, July 12) Tom was on WOKO Radio 98.9 FM in Burlington, Vermont.
-On Wednesday, July 13 at 8:30 AM EST, Tom appeared on Mornings with Kevin & Liz on KTOZ 1060 AM in Springfield, MO.
-At noon EST on Wednesday, July 13, Tom was on The Stan Milam Show on WCLO 1230 AM.
-From 8:30 to 8:55 AM EST, Tom was on The Breakfast Nook Show on WGET 1320 AM (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania County) - Tuesday, July 19.
-WOR 710 AM radio's The Joey Reynolds Show fans heard Tom discuss his film career and the book on the show on Thursday, July 14 (wee hours of July 15 in the East Coast, at 1:00 AM).
-Fans in Rochester, NY caught Tom discussing the book on the WHAM Morning show with Beth and Chet (Friday, July 1st )
-Those in the Florida Keys listened to Tom on WGMX radio’s Morning Mix program on July 1st. The lengthy interview talked in great deal about former SNL cast members and about the book.
-Early risers were able to catch Michael promote the book on KSDK-TV in St. Louis on June 29th.
-Michael was also heard promoting the book for nearly over 30 minutes on the Alex Pennock program on KLPW radio in Washington, MO.
-Both Tom (via phone) and Michael (in-studio) appeared on the Morning Show on KTRS radio in St. Louis to promote the book.
-Radio host Jim Adams from Atlanta, GA had a blast sharing his fond memories of early SNL with Tom when he appeared on this program on June 27th.
-Several listeners won copies of the book on WZBA’s Chris and Colleen show in Baltimore. Tom was on the program to promote the book.
-Mancow and his posse at the Mancow Morning Madness in Chicago heard Tom discuss the book and his years at SNL (June 22).
-Listeners of the “Daybreak USA” program on 200 stations woke on Thursday, June 23 to hear Tom discuss the book and his early work on SNL.
-The Don Weeks Show in Albany, NY (810 WGY) extended an invitation to Tom on Friday, June 24 to discuss the book.
-WOCN Radio “Rude Awakening” invited Tom to discuss the book on June 9th. Author Michael Streeter also appeared on the program, June 28, to also discuss the book.
-Wireless News Flash, the pop culture wire, ran a short story on Tom Schiller and the book on June 9th, 2005. You can see the story on http://www.flashnews.com/news/wfn6050608J14109.html
-The Short Films of Tom Schiller at the Webster Film Series (Saint Louis, MO): On May 15, 2005, Michael Streeter discussed his (then) upcoming book and introduced some of Tom Schiller’s most famous short films, including Don’t Look Back in Anger, Perchance to Dream, Love is a Dream, Hidden Camera Commercials and many others. http://www.webster.edu/filmseries.html

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