FLIC 2019 – Special Guests

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]FLIC 2019 is shaping up to be our best yet, with special guests and high quality film entries from around the globe. We expect to host many filmmakers this year and are excited to announce the following special guests:


Friday, January 25th, 7pm and 8:45pm

PBS stations across America are currently showcasing Tim Ryan Rouillier’s symphonic memoir musical, “My Grandpa’s Fiddle” The Soundtrack Of My Life,” which will air on Montana PBS this December. Tim shares this special 1-hour concert with FLIC at 7pm and then again at 8:45pm on Friday evening, January 25th. He will then chair a Q&A sessions following each screening. This is sure to be a heavily-attended event, so make plans to come early.

Tim Ryan Rouillier` is an award winning artist/writer.  He has recorded for CBS, RCA and Warner Brothers Records.  Tim has written songs for George Strait, Phil Vassar, Randy Travis, Ty Herdon, Kenny Rogers, Trisha Yearwood, Deana Carter and many others.  His songs have sold millions, including the Number 1 Song “Last Day Of My Life” recorded by Phil Vassar, Platinum Selling: Number 1 Album- “Somewhere Down In Texas” by George Strait, “Song Of The Year” Golden Harvest- Farm Journal and American Folk and a Number 1 Song in the Southwest Market, “ Let’s Dance In Circle’s” as an artist on CBS Records. Tim is a producer, and a studio musician. 


Saturday, January 26th, 7pm

Adam Yenser is a comedian and Emmy Award-winning writer for The Ellen DeGeneres Show. A native of Pennsylvania, he began performing stand-up at The UCB Theatre in New York. He has appeared on Conan and FOX Laughs, has written for The Oscars, and has been a freelance contributor to SNL’s Weekend Update. He can be seen on Ellen in the recurring segment “Kevin the Cashier Played by Adam.” Adam is a graduate of Penn State University where he served as a commencement speaker in 2017.  Adam will join us for FLIC 2019, sharing some of his Ellen bits as well as his comic wit and cultural insights.


Sunday, January 27th, Noon

Great Falls, Montana native Gerald R. Molen has been in the film business since 1957. He’s produced a long list of top Hollywood films, including Rain Man, Jurassic Park, Hook, Minority Report, Schindler’s List and many of others. At noon on Sunday, January 27th, which is International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Mr. Molen will present Schindler’s List and then chair an audience Q&A following.

Mr. Molen often has a small role in the films he produces (Dr. Bruner in Rain Man, Dr. Wilhaire in Days of Thunder and Gerry Harding in Jurassic Park). His stories about his adventures in film production are the stuff of legend. Never afraid to stand up to even the biggest [headed] movie stars, he’s the consummate professional and gentleman.

The Library of Congress selected “Schindler’s List” for preservation in the National Film Registry in 2004. In 2007, the American Film Institute ranked the film 8th on its list of the 100 best American films of all time. Universal Pictures will release a restored version of “Schindler’s List” on Dec. 7 for a limited theatrical engagement to commemorate the 25th anniversary of its opening.