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Monthly Archives: February 2008
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Or that George Clooney and a best-actress win are not worth even a rental: There are currently 1522 holds on MICHAEL CLAYTON at the Seattle Public Library. Given that I was once 549 in a cue for MILLION DOLLAR BABY, … Continue reading
Harp of Burma I’d like to note the death of Kon Ichikawa, perhaps the last link to … Continue reading
For decades in the US, the process of “deaccessioning” has been an unfortunate part of the library lexicon. Of course institutions like ours have benefited from this process (see our Search and Rescue programs where we contextualize films that have … Continue reading
We’re holding this hostage. Read about this over at SLOG.
In case you need another option for what film to go see this week, don’t forget INVESTIGATION OF A CITIZEN ABOVE SUSPICION at the Grand Illusion. Hip score, sleek look, disturbingly funny…a great option for you Sunday night. I can’t … Continue reading
Scroll down, you’ll find us…. http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/lifestyle/351168_valentine14_copy.html We heart you back, Seattle.
Our good neighbors here at 1515 12th are keeping up with the plans to take over the world. Longhouse Media has won numerous awards in the last 12 months, and their new doc March Point is going to premiere on … Continue reading
Next Monday we open THE GREAT COMMUNIST BANK ROBBERY, Alexandru Solomon’s documentary that is both a bizarre recreation of a crime of which the motive is still difficult to fathom and an astonishing evocation of a lost world of Romanian … Continue reading