The word “film” continues to be used as part of film festival titles and in everyday conversation. “Let’s go to a film tonight.” But rarely are you going to see a movie on “film” anymore.
By Gary Meyer A dangerous rogue arrives in a village dominated by two warring criminal families and he quietly works for both. Another more dashing rogue tries to protect a princess whose kingdom has been destroyed with the help of a pair squabbling sidekicks, one tall and one short. Seven desperate renegades come to the […]
by Gary Meyer Almost every week there are great film selections to be found around the San Francisco Bay Area but sometimes it is just too much to comprehend much less attend. The first weekend of December, 2016 brings just such a problem.
By Gary Meyer “We presented your picture entitled The Rink, featuring Charles Chaplin last night. Persistent laughter and shouting on the part of the audience brought down most of the house… We have been showing pictures many years without loss of life or damage to property. The Rink has proved a menace to real estate […]
Compiled by Gary Meyer A guide to cinematic exhibits in California This autumn offers a terrific opportunity for movie fans to experience museum and gallery exhibits by and about films and filmmakers. Many of these venues have adventurous year-round film and video schedules in their theaters. When a moving image exhibit is presented it allows […]
Compiled by Gary Meyer A guide to cinematic exhibits in the Midwest and the South