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John and Mary & Move would be terrific. More Peter Yates, please!
Any Jim McBride would be fantastic. The Big Easy and Glen & Randa (which screened a big at the Nuart back in the day, I think) in particular
The incredible and ridiculously underseen WHORE and CRIMES OF PASSION would be tremendous.
I’d love to see SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE at the New Beverly. Keith Gordon’s A MIDNIGHT CLEAR would be great, too
I’d love to see a Dusan Makavejev double bill. THE COCA-COLA KID and MONTENEGRO seldom screen.
Red Sky at Morning would be terrific, too, and it’s never been released on DVD.
A phenomenal director. REUNION (1989), which was written by Harold Pinter, is an underseen masterpiece.
Very excited to see this. Hopefully you’ll program more Preminger films in the future like THE HUMAN FACTOR (1979), SKIDOO and SUCH GOOD FRIENDS.
Would love to see Rambling Rose at the New Beverly
Kundun in 35mm would be great, and it seldom screens
My father in law produced To Sleep with Anger! Danny Glover financed much of it with his Lethal Weapon 2 salary. The new answer print Sony made looks gorgeous. It’s a real tragedy that his latest feature, Namibia: The Struggle for Liberation, has received some one-off screenings but never got any proper distribution.
Sheltering Sky looks unbelievable in 35mm. That Sakamoto Ryuichi score-wow! Would love to see Little Buddha, Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man or especially La Luna at the New Beverly
Am I correct in assuming that the resplendent looking print of “DOC” that you screened had
never been through a projector gate before? It looks immaculate, and the film surpassed all
of my expectations.
Thank you so much for screening this unbelievably great film, and for the entire Frank Perry series. Seeing it with a packed, appreciative audience last night was wonderful.
This and Play it as it Lays were also a part of Metrograph’s recent Universal in the 70’s series; dare I hope that you will show some more of the prints they screened, like Puzzle of a Downfall Child (also not on DVD)?
Cross of Iron, Scarecrow (any of Schatzberg’s films, really) and Inside Moves would be terrific