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Monthly Archives: November 2007
There’s a post over at imagi-blog today rehashing the frustrating cycle of hanging up posters with a community ethic, just to see them torn down or covered up the next day by professional services, or just some jerks. I don’t … Continue reading
In an odd example of how arts organizations can help make our lives more livable, the Association of Iraqi Filmmakers Without Borders has announced it will be hosting an international film festival beginning December 16. So what comes first, an … Continue reading
The building that houses the Donnell Media Center in New York City has been sold. And it doesn’t look like that the plans for the new library include the Media Center in a substantial way. This was one place where … Continue reading
I’m extremely excited to have the rare opportunity to screen Albert Serra’s audacious take on Cervantes’ Don Quixote, QUIXOTIC. A film whose director brazenly declared it one of the true masterpieces of recent Spanish cinema, and by recent we’re talking … Continue reading
Reading the list of the latest fellowships from the good people at Artist Trust, one has to wonder who all these filmmakers are who don’t want $6,500. In just the last five years, the quality and quantity of filmmaking in … Continue reading
I suggest reading Amy Taubin’s skeptical take on the whole mumblecore movement over at Film Comment in which she pronounces it dead on arrival.