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Monthly Archives: May 2007
Yesterday I attended entertaining and engaging 1:30pm screening of THE KING OF KONG at the Egyptian. The film tells the Rocky-esque saga of Redmond’s own Steve Wiebe, a highly talented but frequently frustrated competitive videogame player. The cinema was packed; … Continue reading
Check out the cast of characters that attended The Mashup here. More coming as soon as Flickr allows.
The unmentioned and sensational reason to have seen Peter Pan this weekend was the cinematography. One of the early Hollywood masters, James Wong Howe, created shot after shot of intense formal beauty. The most telling result of his work is … Continue reading
Pictures from Count Rockula’s live performance before AIR GUITAR NATION are now on our Flickr page.
This weekend’s screening of the 1924 silent PETER PAN is sure to be enjoyed by adult and child audiences alike. At all 7pm screenings, Vashon-based harpist Leslie McMichael will be here to perform her new score — and the woman … Continue reading
Read all about it in his response to last week’s SEARCH AND RESCUE screening on Film.com.
As those of you who regularly check for updates on our directions page are well aware, NWFF has arranged for free parking after 9pm for our second-show patrons! You are welcome to park in the Richmark Printing lot on 11th … Continue reading
Look for these upon your next visit: Thanks, Jen!
Now that Film Stop is no longer on Capitol Hill (at least, I don’t think its. Their website would lead to you believe otherwise) I’m not sure where to take my 120mm film for processing. Any tips? Close to Capitol … Continue reading