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BEST THEATER-LESS FILM ARRIVES IN THEATERS

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in Filmmaking
on Nov 7, 2007


Steve Barron’s Choking Man, which won the Filmmaker-sponsored “Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You” Gotham Award last year, is finally — and thankfully — in theaters. It opens this Friday at the Cinema Village and we highly recommend it. If you don’t know much about it, elsewhere on this site Nick Dawson interviews Steve Barron, the writer/director. Over at The Reeler, Stu Van Airsdale has a great feature up in which he talks with Barron and sorts through the film’s odd but ultimately touching mixture of social and magic realism.

Go see it — and, if you’re an IFP member, show your membership card at the door at the Cinema Village and receive 10% off the ticket price.

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