Coming Soon: TAXI DREAMS at Illinois Disciples Foundation, Champaign, IL (9/27/07), the Tournees French Film Festival at Boardman’s Art Theatre, Champaign, IL (9/28-10/4/07), Film Series Group general meeting at Illinois Street Residence Hall, UIUC, Urbana, IL (9/29/07), C-U Video Group monthly meeting at Rock’s, Champaign, IL (10/3/07), PRESS START theatrical premiere at the Virginia Theatre, Champaign, IL (10/3/07), and a tangent regarding KURT COBAIN: ABOUT A SON theatrical premiere in NYC (10/3/07).
Archive for September, 2007
Coming Soon: WETBACK: THE UNDOCUMENTED DOCUMENTARY at Illinois Disciples Foundation, Champaign, IL (9/20/07), Springfield and Central Illinois Film Commission meeting at Kicks, Springfield, IL (9/20/07), A HARD DAY’S NIGHT at the Avon Theatre, Decatur, IL (9/21-23/07), the Moving Images Festival at Armory 101, Armory Building, UIUC, Champaign, IL (9/23/07), and the DVD release of local film PRESS START (9/25/07).
Article in Champaign daily The News-Gazette about the sale of the Twin Cinemas in Villa Grove to Bill and Tana Hayes, who have rechristened the theater Gemini Cinemas.
Article in Champaign newspaper The Daily Illini about the six-part, student-made serial ONE FINE DAY!, the first episode of which will debut October 4, 2007, on YouTube.com.
Coming Soon: VERTIGO at Krannert Art Museum, UIUC, Champaign, IL (9/13/07), SEOUL TRAIN at Wardall Hall/ISR, UIUC, Urbana, IL (9/13/07), the sixth annual Route 66 Film Festival at Hoogland Center for the Arts, Springfield, IL (9/15-16/07), and the third annual Embarras Valley Film Festival in Charleston, IL (9/18-22/07).
Article in Urbana newspaper The Public i about the case brought against the Champaign School District by the late Vashti Cromwell McCollum, challenging the presence of sectarian religious classes in public schools. Also, your editor explains its inclusion here.
Article in Champaign daily The News-Gazette about the production of a video by Australian filmmaker Christopher Faull, featuring students from Franklin Middle School in Champaign. Plus, your editor bitches about the usual.