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Ted Kotcheff films would be wonderful! He’s come to screenings of his work in L.A. The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz is a masterpiece
An absolutely beautiful print of Tombstone screened at the Aero not too long ago. It plays like gangbusters with a good crowd
Can’t wait to see these for the first time ever. I was stunned by Tsui Hark’s The Blade at the New Bev a few years ago
That’s incredible, Phil. It would be a real treat to see it in celluloid
Solaris would be nice, too
Dion Bros./Gravy Train and Hollywood Man!
American Me would be terrific, too. Floyd Mutrux lives in L.A.-maybe he’d come for a Q&A?
Trilogy of Terror screened once at the Nuart. I believe it was a 16mm print. There were gaps for the commercialsJanuary 12, 2019 at 4:15 pm SHY PEOPLE (1987) / BETTY BLUE (Director's Cut) (1986) #43225
I love SHY PEOPLE. Barbara Hershey’s performance is one for the ages. Never out on DVD. Please make this one happen!
Would love to see some Itami at the New BeverlyDecember 8, 2018 at 12:35 pm Happy Birthday, Wanda June (1971)/Mother Night (1996) #42151
Gordon also spoke before a screening of The Chocolate War at the Aero. Such an affable, eloquent man.
After Dark, My Sweet is his peak. What a stunning descent into hell that film is!
LOVE this film. Jack Cardiff was a remarkable filmmaker. The DVD looks like garbage
The print of COONSKIN that the New Beverly screened looked stunning. I thought it was struck from the original negative.
The Frank & Eleanor Perry retrospective was wonderful. I’d seen that 16mm print of LAST SUMMER with Barbara Hershey at the Egyptian (I believe she’s been to the New Beverly as well, no?), but seeing DIARY OF A MAD HOUSEWIFE, LADYBUG LADYBUG, RANCHO DELUXE, and “DOC” (which looked stunning) was a revelatory experience.