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ROY’S WORLD co-producer Michael Glover Smith’s newest film screens in Chicago!

Three couples from Chicago vacation for a weekend at a lakeside cabin in Michigan. And a lot can happen over the course of three days … I like to joke that Michael Glover Smith is the Robert Altman to my … Continue reading

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PAUSE OF THE CLOCK on the White City Cinema Radio Hour

Michael Smith, a fellow filmmaker and an erudite film scholar, honored me by conducting a wide ranging interview with me on the new episode of his podcast the White City Cinema Radio Hour. You can also access it via PodSnack. … Continue reading

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In 3 short weeks …

Pause of the Clock will have its Chicago premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center! That’s Monday, October 3. Do you have your ticket yet? And have you checked out the Facebook page?  

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The Chicago Premiere of PAUSE OF THE CLOCK

I am humbled and elated to announce that Pause of the Clock will have its Chicago Premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center on Monday, October 3 at 8:00 p.m. I’ll be in attendance alongside members of the cast and … Continue reading

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3 things about Adam Rifkin’s DIRECTOR’S CUT

Director’s Cut [2016] 1. “This is Gilbert Gottfried. He was in Problem Child 2.” 2. Each time, he adjusts his hair after turning around. 3. Digital blam-blams. If you like your comedy on the dark, sick side of things, this … Continue reading

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Totally tubular.

I’m probably a little too excited about it, but I’m pretty pleased with a post I just wrote about the upcoming “Date with the ’80s” series at the Siskel Film Center. Cowabunga!

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The “death” of 35mm and the peskiness of 3-D

Check out my interview with Marty Rubin, Associate Director of Programming at the Siskel Film Center. So juicy that it’s in two parts! Part I Part II

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