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  1. I especially remember THE TINIEST PLACE,...

    I especially remember THE TINIEST PLACE, definitely beautifully done. Not everything gets widely seen, and some that does isn't much worth seeing. This is why we go to festivals.
  2. SFFS names new director Ted Hope

    TED HOPE

    CINEMABON,
    That is here if you go to Forums and skip down ten or eleven titles, but it should go here; I couldn't remember where I'd put the other information about the two previous...
  3. THE GREEN WAVE. The Iranian documentary has...

    THE GREEN WAVE.

    The Iranian documentary has finally been released in New York, according to today's Times. Review by Rachel Saitz.

    My SFFF 2011 review.
  4. Graham Leggat's successor suddenly dies

    Bingham Ray (1954 - 2012)
    SFFS New Director Suddenly Dies

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    BINGHAM RAY [from IMDb]

    Sad story. Three months after the death of Graham...
  5. Bingham Ray (1954 - 2012) ...

    Bingham Ray (1954 - 2012)

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    BINGHAM RAY

    Sad story. Three months after the death of Graham Leggett of cancer at 51, on November 7, 2011,...
  6. press release from the San Francisco Film Society

    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    GRAHAM LEGGAT (1960 - 2011)

    San Francisco, CA -- Graham Leggat (b. March 12, 1960), executive director of the San Francisco Film Society, a national leader in exhibition,...
  7. A San Francisco Chronicle article...

    A San Francisco Chronicle article about Graham Leggat's resignation reveals that he has cancer and his prospects are, alas, not good for survival. He is 51.
  8. Graham Leggat leaves the San Francisco Film Society

    Graham Leggat has announced that he is leaving his job as director of the San Francisco Film Society (and the SFIFF) after six years, for health reasons.



    Leggat was Director of...
  9. Good to know. I forgot the Film Society of...

    Good to know.

    I forgot the Film Society of Lincoln Center had a Monte Hellman event in connection with the Open Roads festival a couple weeks ago.
    ...
  10. Have you seen Hellman's BACK DOOR TO HELL? That...

    Have you seen Hellman's BACK DOOR TO HELL? That is not in the Roxie series but is one of only two, with TWO LANE BLACKTOP, available on DVD from Netflix. COCKFIGHTER and ROAD TO NOWHERE they list as...
  11. Definitely non-profit or academic sponsorship of...

    Definitely non-profit or academic sponsorship of art houses would be a strong feature. I didn't know the SF State Cinema Studies Dept. was better than yours in Miami, or that it has no showings for...
  12. IFC's non-release of Bancs publics would be worth...

    IFC's non-release of Bancs publics would be worth looking into if I can find someone who'd know. IFC has a bit of a rep for buying things and just sitting on them sometimes.

    Let's hope this...
  13. That seems very unusual in the country. Who are...

    That seems very unusual in the country. Who are the distributors?
  14. That's a lot of reviews! It actually seems to...

    That's a lot of reviews!

    It actually seems to be exactly the same number of reviews I listed in my 2010 SFIFF review index.

    I looked up those two films on IMDb, the Spanish-language one and the...
  15. Here is an updated link index of my SFIFF 2011...

    Here is an updated link index of my SFIFF 2011 reviews including films I have seen since the festival ended.



    INDEX OF LINKS TO MY REVIEWS OF THE FESTIVAL FILMS:

    (Including films seen and/or...
  16. Werner Herzog: Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010)...

    Werner Herzog: Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010)

    The long-heralded, long-awaited film at last, in 3D, about the oldest cave paintings known and perhaps the most spectacular. A wonderful film from...
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    STRAND RELEASING has announced some upcoming releases that are relevant to the SFIFF and some other recent Festival Coverage items:


    The...
  18. Takashi Miike: 13 Assassins (2010)...

    Takashi Miike: 13 Assassins (2010)

    Gore specialist Miike turns to a more traditional genre with this samurai movie whose very long and dazzling battle sequence might invite comparison with...
  19. The SFIFF has announced awards. Golden Gate...

    The SFIFF has announced awards.

    Golden Gate Award Documentary Feature Winners
    Investigative Documentary Feature:
    Crime After Crime, Yoav Potash (USA 2011)
    Winner receives $25,000 cash...
  20. Maryam Keshavarz: Circumstance (2011)...

    Maryam Keshavarz: Circumstance (2011)

    As mentioned earlier I missed this at New Directors/New Films in March. Some people said I'd missed one of the best of the series. And then some said I had...
  21. Allison Bognall: The Dish and the Spoon (2022)...

    Allison Bognall: The Dish and the Spoon (2022)

    Another new Amerindie film, a wistful seaside romance between an angry wife (Greta Gerwig) whose husband has just slept with aother woman and an...
  22. Kelly Duane, Katie Galloway: Better This World...

    Kelly Duane, Katie Galloway: Better This World (2011)

    Doc to be shown on "POV" about two young men who went to the Twin Cities to disrupt the 2008 Republican Convention and were put in jail for...
  23. Tatiana Huezo: The Tiniest Place (2011)...

    Tatiana Huezo: The Tiniest Place (2011)

    Powerful and aesthetically superb first feature documentary about Cinquera, a small village in El Salvador wiped out by the national guard in the civil war...
  24. Alejandro Chomski: Asleep in the Sun (2010)...

    Alejandro Chomski: Asleep in the Sun (2010)

    A droll little piece of cinematic surrealism set in 1940's Buenos Aires and based on a story by the writer Adofo Bioy Casares, who died in 1999 but...
  25. Thanks! In a Better World has been showing in...

    Thanks! In a Better World has been showing in Landmark theaters but I haven't had a chance to see it, though I do still hope to.
    Intimate Grammar was recommended by Howard Schumann. I saw and...
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