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One week until the World Premiere of ROY’S WORLD!

That’s right, just seven days until the Glasgow Film Festival hosts the very first screening of Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago! I’ll be there in person along with producer Michael Glover Smith for both shows, February 28 and 29. To … Continue reading

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Glasgow is heating up!

An Official Selection of the Glasgow Film Festival, Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago will screen at The Centre for Contemporary Arts‎ (CCA) on February 28 at 6pm and February 29 at 3:45pm. And tickets are now on sale! On the … Continue reading

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Announcing the World Premiere of ROY’S WORLD: BARRY GIFFORD’S CHICAGO

I am thrilled to announce that Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago will have its World Premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival! One of the UK’s leading film festivals, attendance at the festival tops 40,000 annually. Roy’s World will screen at … Continue reading

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ROY’S WORLD is an Official Selection of …

I am thrilled to announce that Roy’s World: Barry Gifford’s Chicago will screen at the Manchester Film Festival. Roy’s World will screen on Tuesday, March 10 at 6:00 p.m. at the historic ODEON Manchester Great Northern cinema. Tickets are now … Continue reading

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3 things about James Fanizza’s SEBASTIAN

Sebastian [2017] 1. They don’t bother to close the front door. 2. “I’m Meryl!” 3. An interesting mystery: why is the dead man’s wife at a gay bar? This film screens at REELING 35 on September 27.

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3 things about Rupert Jones’ KALEIDOSCOPE

Kaleidoscope [2016] 1. Extreme closeup: a wad of chewed gum stuck onto its foil wrapper. 2. A stream of blood runs down his father’s head. “I don’t blame you,” he says. 3. Just below his knee, a blue plaster. Nicely … Continue reading

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3 things about Bertrand Tavernier’s JOURNEY THROUGH FRENCH CINEMA

Journey Through French Cinema [2016] 1. Undiagnosed tuberculosis during childhood. 2. Melville used the entire studio for shooting, including the hallways, stairways, the entrance, and the streets outside. 3. Sautet: “I didn’t make a film about the highway code!”

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3 things about Shahrbanoo Sadat’s WOLF AND SHEEP

Wolf and Sheep [2016] 1. Playing in the river. Balloon pants. 2. Dung patties baking on the wall. 3. Chunks of meat portioned out into metal bowls. A beautiful, brave film.

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Questions and answers.

Courtesy Andy Steadham, I’m pleased to offer this video of the post-screening Q & A from the film’s world premiere! The dapper gentleman facilitating things is Matthew Campbell, a programmer at the Denver Film Festival. Also participating are Dylan Lorenz, … Continue reading

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“I was basically 19, and no one really told me that this was an insane idea to do this.”

Check out this great new article about Pause of the Clock at Boulder Weekly. Sure hope to see some of you at the premiere tomorrow night!

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