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Start marking your calendar – looks like an excellent lineup! And of course, don’t forget you can kickstart the series by catching Truffaut’s The Bride Wore Black at the Film Forum starting this Friday!
Honk! Though I have to question a Jeff Bridges series that does not have White Squall in it (I kid…sort of). Film Forum members, note the generous discount, as always!
Hooray! The Seattle Art Museum has graciously extended their member discount to Film Forum members for the upcoming Otto Preminger series, The Art of Living (beginning January 6). (Helpful hint: Series passes make a great gift!) The Art of Living: … Continue reading
And it looks like a good one: King of Cool: The Films of Steve McQueen Thursdays, January 7–March 11, 2010, 7:30 pm SAM Downtown, Plestcheeff Auditorium Steve McQueen (1930–1980) would have been eighty years old in 2010, but he’ll always … Continue reading