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Film: Halloweird 2007 

When the lights go down at the Halloweird film festival, you just might need your binky, or at least a hand to squeeze. Independent Exposure — a San Francisco-based touring showcase of short film ...

Flavorpill SF | 10.23.07

Film: Joseph Cornell 

American artist, sculptor, and sometimes-filmmaker Joseph Cornell is largely known for his carefully constructed collages of cultural ephemera. Having never learned how to use a movie camera, Corn...

Flavorpill SF | 10.23.07

Film: Tearoom and Massillon 

Senator Larry Craig's much-debated actions in a Minneapolis airport bathroom this past June — and Craig's subsequent attempt to reverse his guilty plea — cast the media's interrogatory spotlight o...

Flavorpill SF | 10.23.07

Film: Experiments in Terror II 

Filmmakers hack up, splice, and reanimate parts of grindhouse, Hitchcock, and old silent films to create newly twisted takes that may possibly be more gruesome and graphic than the originals.

Flavorpill SF | 10.23.07

Film: Mon Meilleur Ami and La Vie en Rose 

This cinematic double-whammy from our cross-Channel chums is a Francophile's delight. The ubiquitous Daniel Auteuil kicks off the proceedings in 2006's Mon Meilleur Ami (My Best Friend), the tale ...

Flavorpill LDN | 10.23.07

Film: UCL Festival of the Moving Image 

The UCL Festival of the Moving Image launches with a bill full of men in tights, documentaries about gender discourse and workshops on the mechanics of filmmaking. Created with the sole intention ...

Flavorpill LDN | 10.23.07

Film: The Living and the Dead 

Some of the most terrifying monsters aren't evil — what makes them frightening is that they don't realize the harm they're causing. James, the protagonist of Simon Rumley's The Living and the Dead...

Flavorpill NYC | 10.23.07

Film: Isaac Julien 

Experimental filmmaker Isaac Julien is known both for his eerie, meditative explorations of the postcolonial condition and for his lucid, confrontational documentaries. Julien shifts cannily throu...

Flavorpill NYC | 10.23.07

Film: Run, Fatboy, Run 

Ginger-haired, potato-faced Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) has made his name as the unlikely go-to man for the British romantic comedy that actually qualifies as both romantic and comic....

Flavorpill NYC | 10.23.07

Film: The Living and the Dead 

Some of the most terrifying monsters aren't evil — what makes them frightening is that they don't realize the harm they're causing. James, the protagonist of Simon Rumley's The Living and the Dead...

Flavorpill NYC | 10.23.07

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