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Monthly Archives: January 2008
In last week’s NWFF Digest, I asked if anyone knew how many Seattle theaters exclusively bore the Orpheum name? Well, no one got the answer spot-on. A few were close, but here is the complete answer (courtesy of David Jeffers): … Continue reading
The future of 4Culture, the King County Arts funding agency, will be decided very soon. And your help is needed. Pleas often go out to help funders and write your legislator, but this is the REAL DEAL. If this forward-looking … Continue reading
For photography lovers, a major discovery! http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/27/arts/design/27kenn.html
It’s been an extremely busy week here in Rotterdam, where the 37th edition of the “director’s festival” is well under way. As a dutiful servant to the Seattle film going public I find myself dodging street cars (Seattle beyare … Continue reading
By popular demand we have added some extra shows of DEEP END, the lost 1972 classic from director Jerzy Skolimowski. You can catch the film Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday (Jan 27-31) at 7:15 and 9:15pm (no show Wednesday, Jan. 30). … Continue reading
It appears that “glowing” review of DEEP END by Sean Axmaker somehow did not make it into this weekend’s P-I. Sean has posted it on his blog in full color, so check it out: http://www.seanax.com/?p=42 Here’s a pasted version: Deep … Continue reading
Once every two years the city gives filmmakers the chance to apply for up to $10,000 cash. Every filmmaker should apply: http://seattle.gov/arts/funding/individual.asp If this is new to you, come to an information session at NWFF, February 4 from 5:30 -7:30pm.
The Washington State Film Office duties may be absorbed into WashingtonFilmWorks, a two year old non-profit, and I think it’s a fine idea. The State Film Office has had its hands tied for years, and been unable to effectively push … Continue reading
I was fortunate this weekend to spend a good deal of time with Norman Solomon, in town to present his film WAR MADE EASY. If you have not seen it yet, I highly recommend it. It is easy to write … Continue reading
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