Monthly Archives: September 2008


Saturday October 4th, 2008 was maybe one of the last screenings of Saving Mom and Dad in the USA. I was really disappointed not to be in New York City to present the film in person, but Executive Producer Kabir … Continue reading

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Stephen King “On Writing”

This book was recommended to me by my friend Mathias, who swears by it as the only useful book on writing. I grabbed a copy at my local public library (can you imagine, a French public library had it in … Continue reading

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More on Ridley Scott

I wanted to keep the ball rolling after my friend David made some comments on Matchstick Men being good, but not quintessential Ridley Scott. I know it lacks the visual power of Blade Runner, but there are points in Matchstick … Continue reading

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See DIVIDED WE FALL this month

I had the great pleasure a year ago of seeing a powerful feature film documentary called Divided We Fall. I cannot recommend this film more highly, and it is showing EVERYWHERE in the US this month. Yes, that’s right, there … Continue reading

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Matchstick Men – Ridley Scott

If you haven’t already seen it, check out the dvd which also includes an hour of behind the scenes and good commentaries by Ridley Scott and the writers Ted Griffin (Ocean’s Eleven… which I hated) and Nicholas Griffin. But don’t … Continue reading

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