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Made in China and Cthulhu are opposite ends of the quality spectrum in the mixed bag of local offerings this year.
Speaking of popcorn(!) and music... we love it when folks combine our favorite things into one night of fun. The super-cool SIFF folks have taken their pledge to Find True Film out of the theater and into the rock club with their Face the Music program.
I've seen 100 films at SIFF. As such, it's possible that this blog entry makes no logical sense at all.
This moving, melancholy little Austrian documentary about four old-world businesses struggling to survive gentrification is my favorite non-fiction flick of SIFF '07.
SIFF 2007's animated shorts program was the best in years.
We had the 240, we had to have the puddin'.
Musician, critic, and all-around Renaissance man Sean Nelson chats with director Julien Temple about Joe Strummer at this Face the Music event tonight at SIFF Cinema.
The brilliant, heartfelt, masterfully produced German film Emma's Bliss is my favorite of the 60ish films I've seen at SIFF '07 thusfar.