Dear Friends, Exactly one year ago I decided to launch EatDrinkFilms. After thinking about it, getting opinions from those I respect and finding writers eager to be a part of the venture, it seemed that having the first issue toast the San Francisco International Film Festival was appropriate. And now we celebrate our first anniversary […]
Read two critical perspectives on Deli Man (Erik Greenberg Anjou, 2014), by Barry Caine and Matt Mahurin.
by Johnny Ray Huston This article has been written on drag time, and I’m, um, posting it shortly before Peaches Christ presents the Post-it cult hit Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion at the Castro Theatre.
by Johnny Ray Huston Everything is coming up Kuchar in San Francisco and beyond right now, with Artists’ Television Access presenting a two-night celebration of Mike and George’s moving pictures, and the publication of The George Kuchar Reader , edited by Andrew Lampert. (Along with V. Vale’s daintier George Kuchar: Interviews and Conversations from last […]
by Johnny Ray Huston Fifty-seven years ago this week, production began on Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo , then titled From Among the Dead.