Before we get to the matter of lots of links I need to state that Mr C has posted his winners and losers at the NYAFF over at Planet Chocko. If you're curious what his take is on the festival follow the link to find out. (I should also add that he's off to San Diego Comicon and has promised to report in if he should come across something really good.)
Now on to the business at hand---
While we at Unseen Films have been engaging in cinematic overload enmasse I've been collecting links to various articles across that thing known as the Internet. In order for you to help you kill time before your next film I now present way too many links:
The Asian American International Film Festival is coming up August 10 to the 20th. You can follow the link but I'll have a post on it up in a day or so.
The dangers of over reactive film fans
Bill Murray Reads Poetry
Expectations on Pixar
Looking Back at Labyrinth
The first 12 Years of Film Threat on line
Robert Altman's California Split
Leonard Lopate talks to Tsui Hark about the Star Asia Award and then talks about how the 1970's were a golden age for horror films.
Yet another piece relating to the Jim Henson exhibit at the Museum of the Moving Image.
On shooting Dreamchild.
The Chess Match in the Seventh Seal analyzed.
Terrence Malick's film The Tree of Life is causing lots of people to walk out. Here's a piece about asking for a refund.
Up N'Atom- weird cartoon from Columbia studios in 1947 that is more like a Tex Avery or Looney Tunes cartoon than it has any right to be.