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Monthly Archives: December 2007
I highly recommend you get your tickets, like, now for A CLOCKWORK REDUCTION. Seattle School is the same group who brought you the MOTEL installation in Fremont, and this event is sure to be as winsome. With about 20 local … Continue reading
I received this wonderful e-mail today from the Ann Arbor Film Festival regarding their case with the state of Michigan over First Amendment issues. Looks like they reached a settlement on their federal lawsuit. Congrats to all who fought for … Continue reading
The Seattle School have built a detailed website explaining the madness that is A Clockwork Reduction. The building-wide spectacle is impossible to distill into a paragraph, but they do a good job of walking you through the event. Using live … Continue reading
If you missed the summer screening of the world’s first collectively made bicycle film at the 2nd Annual Seattle Bike-In, fate has smiled upon you. There will be a special encore presentation this Thursday, December 6 at 7:30pm. Make every … Continue reading
Over at SIFFblog. My favorite part: [Interviewer]: So, in doing the preparation for the film, did you go back and re-read all the books? ER: No. My first preparation for the film was mustering up the bravery to interview my … Continue reading