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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Full Frame Day 4: Sunday morning bliss

Posted by on Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 10:31 AM

click to enlarge LEAVENWORTH, WA screens this morning on a bill with PINUCCIO LOVERO.
  • LEAVENWORTH, WA screens this morning on a bill with PINUCCIO LOVERO.

When you've had a really good Saturday night—and didn't drink too much—you can open your eyes to a sunny spring morning and think about the marvelous things you've done and be grateful that one more day of adventure awaits you this weekend. Yesterday's day of outstanding docs was capped last night—for those who care—by a closing night party, an NCAA semifinal victory by UNC, a playoff-clinching win by the Carolina Hurricanes and an Orlando Bloom sighting. 

We've been shooting a few video interviews this weekend and hope to have them posted soon. In the meantime, there's one more block of new films this morning, including OBLIVION, a Dutch filmmaker's study of her birthplace of Lima, Peru; WILLIAM KUNSTLER: DISTURBING THE UNIVERSE, a study of the renowned champion of unpopular defendants; and PINUCCIO LOVERO, a film from Italy that sketches an aspiring cemetery attendant. 

The awards barbecue runs from 1-3 p.m., and the re-screening schedule will be announced immediately afterward. 

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