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Even The Great

Here's a great article about the lost, unfinished films of Legendary directors.

Hitchcock's Kaleidoscope sounds particularly amazing. Check out this description:
Kaleidoscope was the story of a serial rapist and killer. It was initially envisaged as a kind of prelude to Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt. There would be several murders, including an attempt on the life of a decoy policewoman - an idea that particularly excited Hitchcock - and a Psycho-style stabbing. And the director intended to use story details from infamous UK criminal cases (including an acid bath murderer and a necrophile).
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David Lowery

Not only is he a wonderful friend, brilliant writer, incredible editor and great filmaker. He is also a wiz at design. So a big thanks to David for creating the all new BC website (and for making all the menu headings for the Spiral Diner site.)

In about an hour or so I'll be off to watch "Fahrenheit 9/11" in Crawford. It should be interesting. Hopefully Curtis won't get arrested. I've already seen it of course but it has become an odd sort of symbolic protest to show the film in Bush's vacation town (especially since none of the theaters there are showing it.) Plus, the media will be there and I think it's important to show the world that Texas does have a Progressive movement of people.
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I finally be a go?