The Guy who Sang “I Want to Be a Clone” Now Wants to Be a Filmmaker

Do these titles set your toes a-tappin’?

“I Want to Be a Clone.” “Meltdown.” “Hero.” “Baby Doe.” “On the Fritz.” “This Disco (Used to be a Cute Cathedral).” “I Blew Up the Clinic Real Good.” “Since I Gave Up Hope I Feel a Lot Better.” “The Finish Line.”

Does the name Chagall Guevara mean anything to you?

If so, then you are… or were at one time… a Steve Taylor fan.

What’s he been up to?

Moviemaking. In fact, his upcoming film “The Second Chance” has a big name star.

No, not a Hollywood star. A very different kind of big name star.

Fans of Taylor’s brand of counterculture, cocky, punk-flavored Christian rock music may want to put on a crash helmet before reading this.

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  • Josh

    I assume that films nominated in the “overlooked” category are also fair game for other awards? If so, then I nominate…

    MOST SIGNIFICANT EXPLORATION OF A SPIRITUAL ISSUE: The Merchant of Venice

    BEST NARRATIVE FILM: The Merchant of Venice

    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR: Al Pacino and Jeremy Irons, both from The Merchant of Venice

    BEST DIRECTOR: Michael Radford, The Merchant of Venice

    And, a few non-Merchant selections…

    BEST ACTOR: Samuel L. Jackson, Coach Carter, and Dennis Quaid, In Good Company


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