Sunday, June 01, 2014

June Reviews

Ellar Coltrane and Lorelei Linklater in Boyhood

These are the reviews and other pieces I'm working on this month.

Slog: A Few of the Visiting Actors and Directors (Including Two Local Ringers) at this Year's SIFF, Popping and Locking from Cambodia to Uganda in the Hip-Hop Documentary Shake the Dust, That's a Wrap: SIFF Concludes with Quincy Jones, Chris Messina, and Some Cool Shoes, Double Your Pleasure with Tom Hardy's New Film, The Dance of Reality: Chil-
ean Director Alejandro Jodorowsky's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
, Guy Pearce and Chris Evans Struggle with Machin-
ery and Hygiene in The Rover and Snowpiercer
, The House of
the Devil
Director Ti West Takes on a Cult in The Sacrament. The Cult Wins
, and a nice shout-out from Paul Constant in this post

Line Out/Slog post count: 547 posts since 2011.

Portland Mercury: Up & Coming blurb on Lee Bains III.

Seattle Channel: Chris Estey interviewed me for Take 21.

(Unfortunately, this link is no longer alive.)

The Stranger: Up & Coming blurbs on Throwing Muses
Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires, Chad VanGaalen, Dean 

Wareham, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, and Amen Dunes. 

Video Librarian: Call the Midwife - Season Three [Blu-ray 

set], Dio - Live in London: Hammersmith 1993 [Blu-ray], To-
to - Live in Poland: 35th Anniversary Tour [Blu-ray], ADHD 
Rush Hour, Field Biologist, Insights - Queer Youth Defining Our 
Future, Pad Yatra - A Green Odyssey, Suitcase of Love and 
Shame, Run & Jump, and My Father and the Man in Black.

Endnote: Boyhood still from IFC Films. Thought I might get to transcribe my interview with Richard Linklater this month, but I was wrong. I'll get around it prior to the film's July opening.  

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