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Screening Report: Film Comment Selects at Film Society of Lincoln Center

“What’s it like to live in a world without words,” Film Comment editor Gavin Smith asked the audience at the Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Howard Gillman Theater last night, before a well-attended screening of François Truffaut’s FAHRENHEIT 451 (1966). The … Continue reading

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Vincent Price in CONFESSIONS OF A OPIUM EATER (1962) – Still Trippy After All These Years

What attracted me first to CONFESSIONS OF AN OPIUM EATER (1962) was the poster. Our story, courteous reader, begins in late November of 2008. I was in Framingham, Massachusetts, working on the production of a meeting for pharmaceutical sales reps. … Continue reading

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