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Monthly Archives: November 2007
Given the strong reaction both for and against “mumblecore” films here in Seattle, I feel I must link to this article about Erin Scherer (“Mumblecore Saved My Life”) who is now trying to raise money to make it to SXSW … Continue reading
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The Rambler, like Little Farm before it, is going from Local Sightings to the Sundance Film Festival. With the Rambler, Calvin Reeder’s created another blood polished gem produced by Brady Hall. Thank goodness these fellahs keep making this hilarious shorts.
In between screenings here at IDFA – the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam – the rain washes through the city with sporadic bursts. Rode through it on the ubiquitous bicycle again this morning to go see Werner Herzog speak to … Continue reading
Sundance announced it’s competition films earlier today. I noticed an interesting German entry called THE WAVE. I read the Sundance press release and recognized the title and plot instantly. I remembered seeing a TV movie of the same name back … Continue reading
The Winter calendar kicks off in style this Friday with the 30th anniversary run of David Lynch’s ERASERHEAD – screened with a beautiful newly restored print. Come the 7pm screening to help us get things started. There’ll be a trivia … Continue reading
Alexis Ferris, stellar producer of Police Beat, Chuthlu and Zoo has been nominated for the Producers Award at the Independent Spirit Awards. Alexis has always been a dedicated, focused producer and supported her films films even at the darkest of … Continue reading
My dearest Hot Splice readers, in early December we present a Pedro Costa retrospective. I imagine many of you are asking yourselves “who is Pedro Costa and why should I care?” Realizing this, I did a little digging around and … Continue reading
This holiday season, NWFF has teamed up with King County’s Waste Free Holidays to encourage everyone to “give experiences instead of stuff…and save 15 to 50 percent.” Why not give the gift of movie tickets, at a substantially reduced price? … Continue reading
Winter 2008 Cinemas Calendar and WigglyWorld Workshops There is tons of great stuff to look forward to, including another visit from Crispin Glover, another new wave film series (this one from Finland!), a reworking of Andy Warhol’s VINYL by Seattle … Continue reading