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Monthly Archives: January 2009
Albert Serra has been a shooting star in the international film community, roaring onto the scene with his Honor de Cavalleria, a quiet, near irreverent take on Don Quixote that finds its characters wandering the Catalan countryside. He followed that with … Continue reading
This afternoon I found myself with a couple of hours between films. After a bowl of soup I headed over the the festivals Aspect Ratio exhibit at Tent. A gallery exhibit of works fro m Roman Ondak, Joachim Koester, Ken … Continue reading
One of the special things about coming to Rotterdam is the care they give to screening films from the history of cinema. This year is no different with their First Things First program; a collection of first films from some … Continue reading
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I hope to provide more detailed coverage of my time in Rotterdam, which has gone very well so far. The last few nights I’ve been spending time with the filmmaking team behind Albert Serra’s QUIXOTIC and BIRD SONG (serra included). … Continue reading
Dennis Lim reviews Medicine For Melancholy. “MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLY,” an independent feature by the first-time writer-director Barry Jenkins, opens the morning after a one-night stand. Micah and Jo, who don’t yet know each other’s names, are young and black, and … Continue reading
Midnight Cowboy “offers a time capsule view of Manhattan in a very different era. It also is a showcase of some of the filmmaking styles of the late 1960s…[Director Schlesinger] was able to show just how swinging, how cool, how … Continue reading
From today’s (January 25) paper: Sunday, January 25, 2009 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL “The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle,” a film by Seattle’s David Russo, earned a loud ovation at its premiere in the festival’s Library Theater. By Christy Karras Special … Continue reading
From Screendaily.com: Beyond has taken all Australian and New Zealand rights from Visit Films to David Russo’s The Immaculate Conception Of Little Dizzle following its world premiere in Spectrum [Competition at Sundance] on Monday (January 19). Ryan Kampe of New … Continue reading