Day Seven at the Festival
The films to watch for on another busy day at Cinequest include the twist-filled crooks-in-suits crime drama Krews, a mixed bag with some potential. 6:45pm at Camera 12.
Also Heiran, an affecting and compassionate family drama from Iran: First-time director Shalizeh Arefpour “unfolds this tragic tale with no discernible melodrama.” 2pm [...]
So Nancy Kwan will be showing up in San Jose for tonight’s world premiere of the documentary on her life: To Whom It May Concern: Ka Shen’s Journey; and she’ll be there for the subsequent screening on Sunday at 7. There are some elders who still refer to the dress that Cantonese call a cheong-sam, [...]
First, let us apologize to Blanchard Ryan, whom I incorrectly accused of bailing on an appearance in the 20-year history of Cinequest we published last week. A reader writes in and notes that she was not only was Ryan there, she discussed the importance of keeping dreams alive. All apologies.
So: today is when some damned [...]
So, everyone like the sheep movie? Not, according to Alejandro Adams, and we’ll be interested to hear protests and outrage from other than PETA activists, thanks.
Today, we have an array of 16 films, which, if nimbly arranged can provide four to five movies in a day’s watching. I thought I saw everything this year, but [...]
Ready or not: Thirteen days of film in downtown San Jose start tonight, at the California Theatre with The Good Heart. Regular screenings start tomorrow. After party at the E & O Trading Co; see you there.
If you’ve ever wondered about Icelandic literature, and you run out of things to say to director Dagur Karl, you [...]