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Otto Nassar

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Jules et Jim” by Francois Truffaut

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The Impassioned Eye—Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Thanks to Knox Bronson from Pixelsatanexhibition for turning me on to this.

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Providing a quick fix for those in desperate need of good Cinema


Michael Haneke’s (Cache, Funny Games) newest film “White Ribbon” available now on DVD. Beautifully shot in black and white, Haneke uses a pre World War I small german town as a backdrop to explore the origins of evil. Highly Recommended.

“Somwhere” the latest film by Sofia Coppola opening sometime Christmas this year. Looks promising. And if it sucks, at least the music will be good.

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The best film I’ve seen this year!

Roger Ebert review here.

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Short Video of show I co-directed with Watts Village Theatre. Really captured the spirit of the event.

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Sand has never been so sexy and destructive.

Roger Ebert Review

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