Sunday, February 18, 2007

The Treasures
of the Internet

Every few months, I search Google to see where my reviews are ending up. Here are some of the more interesting results.

AMG review of Craig Armstrong - The Quiet American

Amazon review of Who Killed the Electric Car?

"It's hard to be objective when a film features all my favorite
stuff," writes
Kathy Fennessy at the Siffblog. "The Treasures of Long Gone John concerns art, music and cats. Mostly, it
concerns Long Gone John, founder of inimitable indie

label Sympathy for the Record Industry."

It's My Heart:
Amazon review of Something the Lord Made

K Blog - All About Kieslowski:
Siffblog review of the Krzysztof Kieslowski retrospective

The Kuepper Files:
Kathy Fennessy has made an
interview with Ed via email and put

it up on her blog. Well worth a read!
Go on, go there! Many thanks, Kathy!

Killer Movies:
Amazon review of Duran Duran - Live From London

Per & Marie - Roxette News:
Amazon review of Roxette - A Collection of Roxette Hits

Rotten Tomatoes: review of The Doom Generation

The Willowz Blog:
AndMoreAgain review of the Willowz - Chautauqua


Also, I got a shout-out in the 1/11 Northwest Film Forum Digest:

Some late breaking news - We're going to have a special guest at
the Friday Jan 12, 7pm screening
of 51 BIRCH STREET. Director
Doug Block thought it would be a
good idea to have his cousin, David Vogel show up to add
another perspective on life at 51 Birch St. 51 BIRCH ST is an amazing first-person documentary about Block's own parents,

but with resonance for anyone who's ever had parents. Guess that's most of us, isn't it? Local writer Kathy Fennessy wrote a
nice little piece on it. Check it out here. Tix are available here.

Endnote: Images from the archives: Long Gone John, Krzysztof Kieslowski, and Doug and Mina Block. If you're not familiar with early Kieslowski, I suggest starting with 1979's Camera Buff featuring actor/director Jerzy Stuhr (Three Colors: White).

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