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Monthly Archives: October 2007
A voice from our audience pipes up with interesting commentary about recently screened films in the Imamura series. The third film, “My Second Brother” is here contrasted with Monday’s film, “Pigs and Battleships.” Modesty requires that the aforementioned audience member … Continue reading
A post from Liz Shepherd, our children’s film festival director and head of country music programming: Porter Wagoner – one of the most resplendent stars in the country music constellation – was celebrated in Northwest Film Forum’s recent presentation, “You’re … Continue reading
This will help. A MAN VANISHES: The Legacy of Shohei Imamura starts this Friday, October 26 with STOLEN DESIRE. Complete schedule is available here.
Just read about this on Cinematical, and it’s kind of hilarious…
Over at greencine today you’ll find an article about the New York Film Festival, which makes reference to forthcoming Film Forum guest Michael Robinson. Here’s what they had to say: Last year’s startling new discovery, Chicago-based Michael Robinson, has, if … Continue reading
Another great dies. British actress Deborah Kerr, who shared one of cinema’s most famous kisses with Burt Lancaster in From Here to Eternity, has died, her agent said Thursday. She was 86. She appeared in two films screened at NWFF … Continue reading
Kathy Fennessy has posted an interesting reaction to Bruce Weber’s LET’S GET LOST over at SIFFblog. I must admit, I didn’t know Weber was most recently known for his photography of Abercrombie & Fitch models. Though the cinematography for LET’S … Continue reading
There’s an update this morning in the case of Steve Kurtz, as chronicled in the film ‘Strange Culture‘: Genetics researcher Robert E. Ferrell, 64, has plead guilty for helping Kurtz, of the Critical Art Ensemble, obtain non-threatening bacteria for his … Continue reading
Librarian of Congress James H. Billington seeks nominations for the National Film Registry. To be eligible for the Registry, a film must be at least 10 years old and be “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.” The number of public votes … Continue reading