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A silent auction in time for New Years!

See this pint glass? I produced a limited number of them as promotional items, and I’m down to my very last one. And you have the chance to make it yours! My documentary Roy’s World: Barry Gifford & Chicago has … Continue reading

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It is happening again.

On Sunday, December 10: another Chicago screening of Pause of the Clock. It’s at Transistor in Andersonville and it’s free! My film pal Michael Glover Smith will be on hand to introduce the movie and then lead a Q & … Continue reading

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The rumors are true. Unpausing again.

Pause of the Clock is getting an encore screening in Chicago! Join me on 10 December at Transistor! Michael Glover Smith will introduce the movie and then lead a post-show discussion. And it’s free!

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PAUSE OF THE CLOCK now available on Vimeo!

You’ve been clamoring for it, and here it is! Pause of the Clock from Rob Christopher on Vimeo. For $3, the traditional price of a VHS rental back when we started making the film, you can bask in its HD … Continue reading

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Best Chicago Film?!

The Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle Awards nominations have just been announced, and I’m stunned to discover that Pause of the Clock is up for Best Chicago Film. It’s up against Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party and Southside with You. I’m … Continue reading

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Exactly one year ago today.

Wild. On November 7, 2015 Pause of the Clock premiered at the 38th Denver Film Festival! PAUSE OF THE CLOCK, World Premiere, Q & A from Rob Christopher on Vimeo. Even one year later, it’s still hard to believe we … Continue reading

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“78 short minutes of astonishment.”

In essence, the master game Christopher is staging is between the utopian dream of a unified, beautiful existence, once that can always be recuperated and is always worth reconstructing, no matter what the cost might be, and the disassembled, patchwork … Continue reading

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