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The NYT weighs in on mumblecore in an arts feature today.
My favorite bit:
A favorite setting is the party that goes subtly but disastrously astray.
The Northwest Film Forum is doing a series on mumblecore in September.
Weird. I thought I'd read a very similar article. Turns out Andrew Lim is making a name for himself as mumblecore's chief advocate, he wrote about it (and Bujalski) last year, too [nyt].
Either way, I'm glad that NWFF is doing the series, but I'm a little disappointed that they aren't showing Funny Ha Ha or Mutual Appreciation again.
(oops: I meant Dennis Lim.)
Josh- you have a great line in your birthday blog--
...were swaying, rising, falling, and threatening to swallow-up the lazy adults who stretched out for naps at their periphery and the bold children who ran into the center of their undulating masses. It was a highly photographed art event (kind of disgustingly so).
WTO, anyone? Sounds like a description of the grand ineffective Battle of Seattle.
Some priceless footage though.
Mumbling's day has finally arrived.
I liked Hannah Takes the Stairs alright. Lots of banal humor. Hannah is also hot and very nude throughout.
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