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Tag Archives: Medicine For Melancholy
As 2010 arrives many critics and curators are creating their top 10 lists of the decade. As we enter the decades final months I thought I’d start with my top ten directors to watch whose careers started this decade. 1. … Continue reading
Check out the first part of Kathy Fennessy’s interview with director Barry Jenkins while he was in Seattle to present his film Medicine for Melancholy over at SIFFblog. Watch a Q&A at Northwest Film Forum with Barry here: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Db0Wil5pdmU]
This weekend the awards program to be excited about isn’t the Oscars, its Film Independent’s Independent Spirit Awards. Why you might ask? Well it just so happens that our very own Lynn Shelton is up for the Acura Someone To … Continue reading
…play for ONE WEEK ONLY beginning this Friday. Check out the press for Ballast: “The one indisputably great film at Sundance ’08… (This) poetic and profound movie transcends categories and announces the arrival of a major new filmmaker.” —Peter Travers, … 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
Barry Jenkins, director of the thoughtful San Franciscan feature Medicine For Melancholy, was interviewed by indieWIRE today. We’ll be screening the film in late February.