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"Hanging out" with Jim Jarmusch tonight

And by "hanging out" I mean I am going to the An Evening with Jim Jarmusch event tonight. Should be fun. Here's info. on the event from the Museum of the Moving Image website (it's sold out, but, you know, some people might not show up & there maybe some space so if you live in NYC & love Jarmusch movies, might want to show up & see if there are any "no-shows"/available seating):

An Evening with Jim Jarmusch
Thursday, April 23, 8:00 p.m.
At the Cantor Film Center, NYU
36 East 8th Street (between University Place and Broadway)

Jim Jarmusch, whose brilliant and laconic style has made him one of America's most distinctive filmmakers since his debut with Stranger than Paradise in 1984, will participate in a conversation with clips moderated by Chief Curator David Schwartz. In addition to an exclusive look at scenes from his remarkable new film The Limits of Control, which was photographed by Christopher Doyle and has an ensemble cast including Isaach de Bankolé, Paz de la Huerta, Gael Garcia Bernal, and Bill Murray, the evening will include scenes from Stranger than Paradise, Mystery Train, Night on Earth, Dead Man, Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai, and Coffee and Cigarettes.

Tickets are sold out. For more information call 718.784.4520."

- Sujewa


Damn! Something else that makes me wish I lived in New York! Then again, it doesn't really matter where we are so long as we stay on top of events and news like this. Spike Lee was in my town and I didn't find out until months later. Go figure!

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