This week on Fandor: Yes, Call It a Comeback, Tilda Swinton Plays Ada Lovelace, Andrzej Wajda in Memoriam, Honoring Indigenous People’s Day, and More!
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Tagged Andrzej Wajda, Anita Bryant, Camera Obscura Film Society, Chasing Fortune, Conceiving Ada, Indigenous film, Indigenous People's Day, INXS, Jay Rosenblatt, JD Fortune, Lynn Hershman Leeson |
These FIX filmmakers have films new to the Fandor library and playing at upcoming film festivals — some at the same time.
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Tagged China in Three Words, Elza Kephart, Fandor, FIX, Go in the Wilderness, Human Remains, Jay Rosenblatt, Jenni Olson, Jonn Herschend, lgbtq film, The Joy of Life, Vanessa Hope |
Once a month, ‘s Adam Schartoff interviews a Fandor filmmaker for his amazing ongoing Filmwax Radio . Now, we’ve “flipped the script” and interviewed him about his most beloved films in our library. podcast
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Tagged Adam Schartoff, Andrew Bujalski, brian cassidy and melanie shatzky, carlos reygadas, Computer Chess, dan sallitt, favorite fandor five, Filmwax Radio, francine, Hal Hartley, Jay Rosenblatt, Nathan Silver, onur tukel, richard's wedding, rooftop films, silent light, the unspeakable acts |
Every Friday, Fandor’s curators serve up a newly available film worthy of special attention. This week’s Featured Release is the short documentary
Phantom Limb directed by Jay Rosenblatt.
“A 28-minute tour de force… a beautiful and original exploration of grief and loss.”
– Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle