I don’t know about you but Linked-In has turned into one of the least useful interwebbery enterprises into whose bog I volunteered to submerge. But just today its cheerful mindless robot has alerted me that my actual friend D.C. Cardinali got a job at Atlanta Kodak. The South rises every day but today the celluloid acetate hosted silver shimmering bright minds of Rochester New York do too. Thanks, Linked-In, at last modestly useful. https://atlanta.curbed.com/2016/10/17/13306482/midtown-atlanta-iconic-kodak-building-reborn

Oh to be in April when the Green Cinema is there

April has been my month for the Green Cinema.
Clients included:

“Wild Aid” with a feature doc for Chinese television to protect the Manta Ray

“The Goldman Environmental Prize 2017” with the Mill Valley Film Group

“Evolution of Organic” directed by Mark Kitchell premiered at the San Francisco Green Film Festival

“The Women’s March” directed by Mischa Hedges for Trim Tab Media produced by Iliani Matisse premiered at The SF Green Film Festival

More, please.

The Goldman Environmental Prize 2017

Present Cinema: The Telluride Film Festival premiere of MEN: A LOVE STORY

 

MEN: A LOVE STORY  from Northern California’s director Mimi Chakarova and editor Stephanie Mechura premieres.

It’s a road movie filmed by women looking for a redemptive side of men by coaxing them to tell their love stories. The first ten minute preview I saw convinced me I wanted to take the assignment: a reel of hard bit cowboys and oil rig worker who could model and an Oakland elder with a life force appetite as voracious as his twenty year old self.
The film has an original musical score performed by many, among them Nels Cline of Wilco and some of the subjects themselves who sing and play Americana roots music.
What do these men love: many of them love to cook and don’t come to the theater hungry unless you’re in an Alamo Drafthouse.
The American landscape and portrait cinematography by Stefania Rousselle and Mimi Chakarova is gorgeous.

New films from Clint Eastwood, Damien Chazelle and Denis Villeneuve are set for this year’s SHOW, commencing Friday.
VARIETY.COM|BY KRISTOPHER TAPLEY