Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Inherent Vice To Screen At AFI Fest

After a vibrant world premiere at the New York Film Festival, Deadline reports that Inherent Vice is heading west; the film is set for a gala screening at the AFI Fest in Hollywood on November 8th in The Egyptian Theatre.

The fest runs November 6 - November 13 and will feature a talk with PTA as well, so keep your sights on this one!

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7 comments:

  1. any word on that On Cinema talk with pta?

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    1. I'm still waiting on this as well. Anybody found anything? All I got are these two articles from Indiewire:

      http://www.indiewire.com/article/11-things-we-learned-about-paul-thomas-anderson-at-the-new-york-film-festival-20141006

      http://blogs.indiewire.com/theplaylist/paul-thomas-anderson-at-nyff-5-influences-of-inherent-vice-plus-curated-clips-films-you-should-know-20141005

      Those probably have most of the good stuff, but I'd love to hear the full discussion. Didn't NYFF say they'd post audio?

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  2. Can anyone confirm whether those Jonny Greenwood pieces "Loop" and "skip loop" are in Vice or not?

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  3. Not sure if this is known, but I haven't seen it posted and am not sure when WB put it up. Screenings have been announced in four cities! I am envious if you live in (or near) one of them. Here's to hoping that more are announced soon.

    http://www.warnerbros2014.com/screenings/film.php?film=inherentvice

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    1. I don't think those are public screenings, though. Considering it's Warner's awards site, I would assume that those are for members of awards bodies such as AMPAS, all of the guilds, perhaps critics' groups.

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    2. you may be on to something. my apologies, I'm just anxious for any chance to see the film!

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