Great Falls native Trever Fadrhonchas high hopes for a future as a film director in Hollywood
|February 13, 2006||View for printing|
Already, he has a hands-on connection to some classic films.
Co-directing a movie last May in film school, Fadrhonc got to use a car that stands out as a science-fiction icon.
Fans of the film trilogy "Back to the Future" will recall the movies' time-travel machine — a De Lorean car equipped with a flux capacitor and other doo-dads.
Fadrhonc, pronounced fod-er-honz, and Luke Rold, his co-director, at first thought about building their own replica of Doc Brown's time machine using a regular De Lorean car.
"We found some blueprints from the movie," Fadrhonc said.
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