I’m going out on a limb and saying that NYAFF is the best film festival you can see in New York City. Why is that, you may ask? Well, I will cite the following:
So here’s a love story about two fish. The first fish I fell in love with for all the wrong reasons. It was a beautiful fish, the texture was really flavorful, it was very meaty, and even better – as if a fish needed to be better – it was raised in the supposed highest […]
Is anyone here going to the NYC ROFLCon on the 24th? I will be there if you want to meet up.
Documentaries are rarely mainstream fare; they are too often relegated to the dusty corners of non-fiction shelves, and left for consumption by political activists and intellectuals willing to stomach the sometimes dry content. Not so with The King Of Kong: A Fistful Of Quarters. The truth behind this real-life narrative, and behind many other documentary […]
Last night I attended the first Sloan Science and Film Dialogue at the Museum of the Moving Image; this included a screening of the new Satoshi Kon movie Paprika and a talk with Harvard scientist Dr. Robert Stickgold, sleep and dream researcher, and Gilberto Perez, the Sarah Lawrence College film scholar. http://www.sonyclassics.com/paprika/ Paprika is a […]