Plus a lovable English crank and a put-upon Texan mom. (First published June 18th, 2022, on Substack and Patreon.)
In the run-up to the ceremony on Sunday, March 27th, you can watch almost every film that’s been nominated from the comfort of your sofa. Very handy if you’re participating in an Oscar pool.
Tell us about the really long films you have endured, either at home or in theaters.
“Patience is not my best virtue. When my brain gives me the creative green light, I go at it full force…” [This post is not behind the paywall.]
The highlight is the absolutely astonishing “World of Tomorrow,” which crams in more SF ideas than you’ll find in a decade’s worth of summer blockbusters.
Joss Whedon wrote and produced a sweet little supernatural romance for your geeky pleasure, and you don’t even have to pirate it: he released it instantly on Vimeo.
Stuff I found on the Net today.
Wonderful! We should all have one of these of our lives.
The world outside Jimmy Stewart’s window. Very very cool.
This isn’t just a poignant little film about a homeless man and the boy who befriends him: it’s a fundraiser for homeless causes in the U.K.