Monthly Archives: January 2015

Ulee’s Gold review

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Ulee’s Gold this week

Peter Fonda stars in one of his best roles as a father trying to pull his dysfunctional family back together, but not without having to fight his son’s previous dastardly cohorts. As usual, the Palm will open at 12:30pm on … Continue reading

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Kissing in the Movies

There’s always been romance of some sort in the movies . . . . click here  

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Sound Editing

It’s a special craft in the making of film and no one is better at it than David Stone.  And he will be honored at the SLO International Film Festival in March click here

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Fonda Family Film Series

Yesterday, we watched The Oxbow Incident, which was nominated for best picture in 1944 and also two special features, an A&E biography of Henry Fonda and a look at the making of 12 Angry Men, which was financed by Henry … Continue reading

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Gordon Willis – cinematographer on Klute

One of the most creative cinematographers.  His nickname was the Prince of Darkness.  If you come to see Klute this Wednesday you’ll see why he was nicknamed thusly. learn more here

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