Only one kind soul responded to an advertising pitch sent out in December for C-U Confidential #9. Pay mind that said pitch arrived in the inboxes of more than 100 recipients. Let’s make this a much better February, folks.
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We will never again witness the kind of public movie presentations The Octopus and friends selected to play the Brew & View at the Thunderbird in Urbana, IL, two long decades ago. Creepy! Edgy!! Too Damn Wild!!!
Before we can go large with the 10th anniversary of C-U Confidential digest, we need to see issues 9 and 10 through first. Here’s where you start to make a difference in our drive to provide!
A new publication on the life and times of Quentin Tarantino incorporates a pinch of local flavor. Find out whose words made it into Andrew Raush’s latest release with a click of the link, MacDuff!
The revival of Peezy Perkins, Hollywood legend, is not the only joy restoring a smile to our faces. This week’s long-in-coming release of C-U Confidential issue 8 sure fits the bill as well!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: For once, these here images are of our own making and with good reason. Skim through past issues of C-U Confidential before picking up the next!
We’re feeling a mite numerical at the Secret MICRO-FILM Headquarters and have channeled this tendency into coverage that will be useful to new and returning C-U Blogfidential fans!
If you did not purchase or subscribe to MICRO-FILM back in the day, 2016 will be the year for you to atone for your sins by supporting the Magazine of Personal Cinema in Action. Read and repent!
From the “Images of the Week” Dept.: They might rate as the ugliest mugs ever handed out to winners at a local film festival, but to our eyes these Freaky trophies are things of beauty!
We’ve crammed so many film culture plugs in this post that it’s downright eerie! Beware that something Freeky, Drunken, Embarras, and International this way comes in the next week-plus, but don’t be shy in getting sexy with your cinema stuffs, either!
For something so flat, our former newsletter MICRO-Scope displayed the nascent modern film culture of Champaign-Urbana in multiple dimensions!
Today, PDF stands for “pretty darn fascinating” as we point you towards a free ePDF promotion of film book publisher Michael Wiese’s unorthodox autobiography, “Onward & Upward.” You can read, dearest readers, can you not?
We worked on it. Really, we did! Our summer non-vacation now springs to life as we move to finish C-U Confidential Issue 8. Will you be moved enough to advertise in our Little Film Digest That Could?
Yes, we’re begging again. Make issue 8 a great experience in the annals of C-U Confidential history by advertising. You know you should.