Harlan Ellison Documentary
Strangely enough I found out about this film in Wikipedia. Not sure when it's coming out:
Dreams with Sharp Teeth
On Thursday, 19 April 2007, Dreams with Sharp Teeth, a new film by the producers of Werner Herzog’s “Grizzly Man,” received its first public screening at the Writers Guild Theatre in Los Angeles.
In 1981, then-24-year-old producer Erik Nelson began shooting footage of Ellison while the author was at work on his typewriter. The footage was meant for a PBS segment set to air in March of that year. Harlan allowed the young man to repeatedly film and interview him over subsequent years, stating that he thought Nelson to be "a fan working on a student project", and has stated that he never suspected that the film would amount to a serious production on such a professional level.
The result of those sessions, and subsequent sessions spanning decades from the original, have been culled and edited, with additions from contemporaries of Mr. Ellison into what has become a documentary following a rough arc of Ellison’s life and activities.
The film's screenings have been met with critical acclaim by contemporaries of Mr. Ellison and Mr. Nelson, and the production company is currently searching for distribution to bring it to a larger audience.
"The days have gone down in the West behind the hills into shadow...How did it come to this?"