Tasked with making a vehicle for actor/singer Tetsuya Watari to croon the title song, Suzuki concocted this crazy yarn about a reformed yakuza on the run from his former comrades. The film is mainly an excuse to stage an escalating series of goofy musical numbers and over-the-top fight scenes.
May 12th (Thursday) 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Instructor: Bernard Mann
Tuition: $65 ($60 for Film Forum members)
Limited to 6 students
Digital editing has another side to it besides learning the software and theory: it's also managing gigabytes of data and hundreds of files to make a project into a finished story. From this evening workshop, take home a deeper understand of how to set up projects, manage new media and archive at completion. Recommended for beginners and more seasoned editors as well.
May 7th @ 8pm
Rare 35mm screening!
(Věra Chytilová, Czech Republic, 1966, 35mm)
The singular 1966 dark feminist comedy from the Czech Republic earned director Věra Chytilová a decade-long filmmaking ban in her country. Erin Jorgensen brings new musical life to this classic with a live marimba score.
Cue Northwest Film Residency
We’ve selected a filmmaker: Congratulations Neely Godionsky! Learn more about Neely at cuenorthwest.org
Cue Northwest is a partnership between Brick Lane Records and Northwest Film Forum. We believe connecting artists across disciplines creates a fertile environment for building community through art. Through a series of collaborative projects including production residencies and networking events, Cue Northwest will galvanize the film and music communities
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