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Monthly Archives: September 2007
Yesterday the SLOG announced that our Local Sightings juror Vanessa Renwick (ssen above with filmmaker Bill Daniels) is the recipient of a PONCHO Special Recognition Awards in the amount of $1,500 from SAM. She’ll be in town next weekend for … Continue reading
Our friends over at Media Inc publishing just launched a fine blog about production news in the Pacific Northwest. At the same time, they’ve ramped up their website for the Production Index, and it’s now an excellent place for free … Continue reading
On Friday, I finally had the chance to see Mala Noche. After fifteen years of anticipation, it’s a testament to the strength of this film that it actually held up. 26 years after Cassavettes’ Shadows, the Northwest had its first … Continue reading
I came across this article today, giving you some insight into the mind of a programmer. Not just any programmer either. A rather esteemed programmer for the New York Film Festival. Someone we often quote in our calendar. Someone we … Continue reading
A few weeks back I blogged about another New Times victim, my former local critic Rob Nelson. In an act of absolute genius, the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis thoughtfully hired Nelson to become a regular blogger on their … Continue reading
We are pleased to say that the 10th Annual Local Sightings Film Festival will open with THE CHURCH ON DAUPHINE STREET, a locally-made documentary detailing “one Katrina story.” From the film’s website: One year ago, Father Joe Benson watched Hurricane … Continue reading
Kathy Fennessy of SIFFblog talks MALA NOCHE. See MALA NOCHE at NWFF starting Friday. .
I imagine that a good portion of you have already seen this clip of Andrew Meyer getting tased by police after asking John Kerry a series of probing questions. Of course this lead many to suggest that Meyer was a … Continue reading