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Summer of Bill Film Series


by Matt Mill

The Summer of Bill film poster designed by Karen Ann Myers

Bill Murray, the talented actor who calls Charleston home, has certainly added his personality to a city already filled with unique characters. “We love the way Bill Murray has inspired playfulness in our community, and we are excited to pay homage to this amazing artist,” says Charleston Music Hall director Charles Carmody.

To celebrate this man about town, Charleston Music Hall is presenting the Summer of Bill Film Series, starring seven Bill Murray films and an art exhibit. Local Murray-lover Tiffany Pretlow curated the exhibit with Bill Murray-inspired works from over 20 local artists.

But what really caught our attention was five Charleston artists were tapped to create seven unique film posters to promote each screening, so we’re showing off some of what Jason Groce, Bennett Jones, Seth Deitch, Taylor Faulkner, and Karen Ann Myers created.

Left to air in the summer series is Lost in Translation on July 26, Broken Flowers on August 2, and The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou on August 20. The art exhibit is on view upstairs at the Music Hall until August 20, and specialty poster prints are for sale all summer at the box office.


Lost In Translation designed by Karen Ann Myers

Broken Flowers designed by Karen Ann Myers

The Life Aquatic designed by Anne Peyton

Caddyshack designed by Jason Groce

The Razor’s Edge designed by by Bennett Jones

Ghostbusters designed by Seth Deitch

Rushmore designed by Taylor Faulkner

The Summer of Bill designed by Karen Ann Myers



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Posted in Performing on July 18, 2017 (Summer 2017) by Matt Mill.

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