Well, I've had such fun working on the podcast with fellow film writer J. Robert Parks that we've decided to ...
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In this episode of the Errata Movie Podcast we talk about a great American film, Charles Burnett's debut feature Killer of Sheep (1977).
Thoughts and conversation about intruders.
A cinephile strolls through the Tate Modern's Edward Hopper exhibit.
A conversation about composing.
2007, 2006, 2003, and All-Time (circa 2004)
An archive of regret, from the editors.
Errata is a web journal written by Robert Davis who has neither spent a night in a ghost town nor pulled a turnip from the earth. He doesn't even know if turnips grow in the ground. Perhaps on trees, like candy corn. Therefore, Errata is a non-commercial project.
Observation #1: It may be appropriate, when leaving a movie theater, to say "mysterious."
Observation #2: It may be appropriate, when leaving a movie theater, to say "mysterious" at the top of your lungs. Bring your eyebrows together before you say it. Effective!
Observation #3: Same for books. Even at libraries.
There is a prize for people who correctly guess the thing about Metropolis, Nevada.
Except where the text specifically states otherwise, Errata's vagaries are indicated vaguely and its authors are indistinct in the traditional way of the Internet, except where the authors lay claim to their work. In some cases Robert Davis lays claim to work that is not his own but has been abandoned like so many ghost towns. Except where held presently, fistfuls of dirt are suspended via dispersal, or dispersed via suspension (in the air), and thus their dissolution is their transcendence, or their transcendence is their dissolution. And yet our eyes tear, and our vision is impaired, demonstrating for the umpteenth time that one entity's gain is another's fit of sneezes. Except where indicated, storms shall outlive the clay upon which they rain, unless storms are improperly delimited by their clouds, which dissolve, rather than by their inevitable return. Thus the clay loses, unless the clay is said to own the storm, to use it to make itself heavy, to make itself cling to white garments, refuse dispersal, cake upon the facades of abandoned buildings, and sit like Man [sic] upon the earth where it is pelted by a storm that it owns. In which case the clay still loses, if you ask us.
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Starting this summer, subscribers to the densely packed quarterly film journal Cinema Scope will periodically receive free DVDs, beginning with an advance copy of Colossal Youth by Pedro Costa, a film about which I have one more thing to say as it makes a final appearance in San Francisco this weekend.
More on that later. In the meantime, subscribe to Cinema Scope. It's Canadian!