Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Abracadabra


A new extra-magical season of The Film Experience starts on Saturday, September 2oth. Your favorite weekly series, old favorites, new experiments, celebrity interviews, contests and more in what we hope will be the liveliest season yet. Oscar ogling will also start in force with actress psychic discussions, a detailed look at the early contenders in the Best Foreign Film race and the other stuff (so many categories) Help spread the word and stay tuned...

Until then, a short break... See you on Saturday. In the meantime, talk amongst yourselves.

9 comments:

jimmy said...

i feel like i'm annie wilkes being teased by paul when he reads a few lines from the newest edition from the "Misery" series he is writing just for her....it's so exciting!!!! Oh Paul....oink oink!

Anonymous said...

As far as Oscar predictions go, there's an animated contender you didn't know about earlier. It's a French film-noir/horror anthology called Fear(s) of the Dark. It may or may not be eligible given that IFC is doing one of their weird multi-platform releases, but if it is, it may have a chance.

lawyer tony fernando said...

Oh-my-God, Nat is back again, it´s like butter! (someone had to say this!)

Where´s Barbra?

Anonymous said...

it's like audrey hepburn and george peppard kissing in the rain at the end of "Breakfast at Tiffanys"

Anonymous said...

Keira Knightley to star in a modern piece - "Last Night" - with Eva Mendes (:/) and Sam Worthington!

Anonymous said...

Love that new Hugh Jackman smiley picture. =)

Emma said...

I saw the DVD for this movie for a quid in WHSmith today.

Glenn said...

Ouch in Blindness. Really no good or good but in the "the book is still better" sort of way?

NATHANIEL R said...

I'm still thinking about it...

but i think the book is a near masterpiece so it'll be a shame if people view this as a cliff notes thing.

strangely i'm less worried about The Road though that's a full out masterpiece ;)