Monthly Archives: February 2016

Memoria – Day 5: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

Day 5 of the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival is one of excitement. Not only will the schedule premiere new films, plus a final showing of festival favorite Landfill Harmonic this morning at 9:15am, but it will also play host to several guests in town all here to be a part of this year’s […]

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Reparation – Day 4: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

It’s amazing to think that this time last year, eager festival-goers were moving from theatre to theatre while bracing themselves against a biting wind, not to mention the occasional drops of rain and chilling sleet.  With thick overcoats, hoods and perhaps a few zipped up parkas, we all looked like extras from Nanook of the […]

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Look Again – Day 3: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

Day 3 of the 22nd Annual Sedona Film Festival, and while the weekend may be over, there is still a full week of films and live performances to enjoy. Among today’s highlights, look for the documentary Women He’s Undressed, a film about Australian costume designer Orry-Kelly, considered within the industry as a Hollywood legend. Plus, […]

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Goodnight Moon – Theatre Review: Childsplay, Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe

When an adult has trouble falling asleep, if it’s not a health issue then there’s probably something troubling happening. When a child can’t fall asleep, it’s anyone’s guess. In the enchanting new Childsplay comedy Goodnight Moon, based on the hugely popular bedtime read of practically every American’s childhood, we get see what’s keeping Bunny awake […]

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Burning Bodhi – Day 2: The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

It’s Sunday in Sedona, and already crowds have lined in and around theatres for the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival. Among the several highlights to look for today is a second showing of the Chicago documentary, Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago later this afternoon; a sneak preview of an animated film […]

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Now More Than Ever: The History of Chicago – Day 1 of the 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival

The 22nd Annual Sedona International Film Festival has officially begun. Among the 165 films about to be shown throughout the nine days in Sedona is a new documentary covering the history of the band Chicago, who kicked off the festival last evening with a sold-out concert. Chicago will perform live again this evening, but if […]

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