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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Mumblecore haters beware! Don’t write Beeswax off as just another post-post-modern, vapid hipster flick. Andrew Bujalski’s third feature is a quiet, mature and humorous work of art, and the critics agree: “A remarkably subtle, even elegant movie.” -Seattle Times “A … Continue reading
Northwest Film Forum seeks a talented, independent person with experience in webpage development and back-end website management to write and engineer new webpages as well as to troubleshoot problems on the existing site. Work will be 2-10 hours per week … Continue reading
Did anyone else not get the update that the press conference of the US Chamber of Commerce reversing climate change policy and causing Nike and Apple to resign their membership was a hoax put forth by the Yes Men? And … Continue reading
Back in March I read Amy Taubin’s Film Comment review of Damien Chazelle’s debut feature, Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench and knew I had to see it. About one month later the screener arrived in the mail and … Continue reading
Courtesy of Seattle Arts & Lectures: Isabella Rossellini 7:30pm, November 18, 2009, Benaroya Hall Isabella Rossellini, daughter of Italian neorealist film pioneer Roberto Rossellini and legendary Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman, was born to be creative. As a child living in … Continue reading
Here’s an interview just posted by Karina Longworth of Spout blog with Cory McAbee, who will be at NWFF in person on November 20 for the Seattle premiere of his film STINGRAY SAM. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4uwrghMdSo&feature=player_embedded] By Karina Longworth If there’s a … Continue reading
Seattle scored big yet again on the festival circuit this weekend as Jennifer Maas’ WHEEDLE’S GROOVE took the audience prize in the documentary category at Indie Memphis. Congrats to Jennifer and her outstanding crew!
Seems like every time I try to catch up on some film reading, I run across a reference to The Headless Woman, a dramatic feature from Argentina’s Lucrecia Martel playing at NWFF next week. It’s emerging as one of the … Continue reading