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Monthly Archives: February 2008
It’s unlikely that Paris Hiilton’s name will ever appear on this blog again, but I had to comment on her meager opening at the box office this weekend with THE HOTTIE AND THE NOTTIE, which grossed a per screen average … Continue reading
RIP Polaroid film. There’re going digital… only digital:(
Lynn Shelton’s jetting off to Austin for the premiere of latest feature, My Effortless Brilliance. And to raise money so the cast and crew can make the trip, she’s throwing a fundraiser. Come be the first to see the behind … Continue reading
This just in (sort of…it came in yesterday but I’m just getting around to it now. Sorry, those of you in anticipation) from Children’s Film Festival Seattle Director Liz Shepherd: The 2008 festival is wrap! We have just completed a … Continue reading
Kathy Fennessy at siffblog gives a little preview of this weekends film SKIN,SKIN screening in our SISU CINEMA: Nine from The Finnish New Wave series.
Point Break Live! that amazing train wreck of a live show that premiered at NWFF’s Little Theatre in 2003 has had a quite a life in New York and Los Angeles. BoingBoing posted this video profile of a Johnny Utah … Continue reading
It’s super Tuesday, I know…. but there’s till room for film news. Today SXSW released its slate of films and Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton‘s latest MY EFFORTLESS BRILLIANCE is among those films in competition. We screened part of the film … Continue reading
The trip to Olympia in support of 4Culture went well. The majority of the audience was there because of the 4Culture bill, and there was unanimous support for it among those in the room. The inside word is that the … Continue reading