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- Barry Gifford
- Christopher Nolan
- David Lynch
- film festivals
- film noir
- humphrey bogart
- James Bond
- James Mason
- Jane Fonda
- Jason Adasiewicz
- jimmy stewart
- joan crawford
- John Huston
- Kartemquin Films
- lili taylor
- Marlon Brando
- matt dillon
- Michael Haneke
- new york
- Otto Preminger
- paul thomas anderson
- pause of the clock
- queue tips
- ray milland
- Reeling Film Festival
- richard linklater
- Robert Altman
- Robert Ryan
- Roy's World
- sci fi
- silent film
- twin peaks
- willem dafoe
- Woody Allen
- I'm one of many filmmakers whose finished film is just sort of...in suspended animation because of the pandemic. It… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 day ago
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- Thelma Ritter, obviously. Also Phillip Baker Hall and Bill Duke and Cherri Jones. twitter.com/AlishaGrauso/s… 1 day ago
- I appreciate each tiny bit of joy nowadays. twitter.com/bellwak/status… 2 days ago
- 3 things about Justin Pemberton’s CAPITAL IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY randomcha.net/2020/07/13/3-t… 2 days ago
- True story: one evening when I was in college, working at Blockbuster Video on North Ave. in Old Town, he came in a… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- GET OFF YOUR CAN, PEOPLE! twitter.com/BlockClubCHI/s… 2 days ago
- This documentary is now more important than ever. History repeating. twitter.com/CookedTheFilm/… 2 days ago
- 3 things about Gordon Douglas’s LADY IN CEMENT randomcha.net/2020/07/12/3-t… 3 days ago
- RT @DrJamesJBailey: Petitioning to have Susan Sontag’s ‘Notes on Camp’ replaced on all university reading lists with this Lauren Bacall cof… 4 days ago
Tag Archives: 3 things
Ford v Ferrari  1. A tip of the hat. 2. Wonder Bread as weapon. Llama bite. 3. Mallet to the door.
Capital in the Twenty-First Century  1. Graffiti: Liberté Egalité Beyoncé 2. Not one of the winners mentioned the fact they’d started the game with an advantage. 3. Comparing workers to horses. What a disappointment. Wealth inequality is an urgent … Continue reading
Lady in Cement  1. A queen in motorcycle glasses and tight pants, whose bodyguard/lover is a former Green Bay Packer. 2. He asks the drug dealer how he likes his meat. 3. “Daniel Boone” playing on a TV set … Continue reading
Tony Rome  1. Snoozing with a Yiddish newspaper draped over his face. 2. “You shouldn’t have gotten mixed up with a family like ours.” “This is not a family. Just a bunch of people living at the same address.” … Continue reading
If Beale Street Could Talk  1. Corelle coffee cup. 2. Coltrane, as ever, the music of tenderness. 3. Customers and her hand.
First Cow  1. He gently flips over the newt and continues foraging. 2. A drizzle of honey and a dusting of cinnamon. Chief Factor takes possession of the pastry with a handkerchief. 3. Lying side by side.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying  1. In the mailroom, a 3M box. (3M also provided the office machines seen in the film.) 2. Pom pom stitch. 3. On a shelf in his office: a Pyrex catalog. … Continue reading
WarGames  1. “A strange game. The only winning move is not to play.” 2. A kiss on the ferry. 3. He ruffles David’s hair, smiles at the group, awkwardly walks away. And then immediately gets fired offscreen?
Cameraperson  1. He needs oxygen. There is no oxygen. 2. Cut from the receptacle of ashes to her mother, still living. 3. She asks about the woman’s sense of personal style.
In a Year with 13 Moons  1. A beer and a shot of bitters. 2. The A1 password is Bergen-Belsen. 3. Spitting three times over her left shoulder.