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Monthly Archives: December 2007
That’s right, Black & Green is giving away free rides in Seattle all New Year’s Eve! 8pm-3am 206-228-8331 So give us a call or hail us on the street. The only requirement is good holiday cheer! No smoking, no food, … Continue reading
Favorite releases of the year: (in no particular order) Wristcutters An Unreasonable Man The Wind That Shakes the Barley Zoo Paris, je t’aime Daratt Getting Home 4 Elements Guatemalan Handshake Old Joy Brand Upon the Brain! King of Kong Forrest, … Continue reading
I see a lot of movies, but not all of them have been released in the year I see them. I don’t keep a journal of cinematic experiences (ahem, you know who you are) and I can’t think for myself, … Continue reading
As the year draws to a close I wanted to give you my top 10 list of 2007. Most of these made their way to Seattle, several will appear in 2008, and hopefully the rest are on the way. Silent … Continue reading
Thanks to all who made the Holiday party so great last night. In particular, film critic Lester Gray, who was brave enough to come as Santa, and Jimmy Clarke of usnaps.com for the great photobooth, made the evening. All 730 … Continue reading
There were four of us clattering and clanging through the drizzly dark streets of Amsterdam. We pedaled and weaved through the crowded evening commute on our rented bicycles – ringing the bells on the handlebars to avoid a head-on with … Continue reading
When I saw the print ad for the Golden Compass, I was surprised to see a positive pull quote from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. An official voice of the Catholic Church gave the movie the thumbs up, … Continue reading
Kathy Fennessy makes her pitch for COLOSSAL YOUTH over at SIFF blog.
With all the great press A Walk Into the Sea is getting, be sure not to let it eclipse the fact that tonight and Sunday, Danny Williams films are playing with a live score. This is only the second time … Continue reading
In support of the writer’s strike. A funny man not so funny anymore.