Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Guest of Cindy Sherman is running for a fourth week (until at least April 24th) at Village Cinema in Manhattan. If you live in New York [or have an uncle or ex-girlfriend who you’d like to visit], come out and see the film.
Good ole word of mouth is the backbone to the film’s success, so please keep talking, and we'll keep playing.
Screening Times:
1:00p 3:00p 5:00p 7:00p 9:00p
Click here to buy tickets.

If you want to check out some cool blogs [that just so happened to write about the film], we’re digging on WFMU's Beware of the Blog , Hollywood and Fine & Cole Smithey.

1 comment:

Microcinema said...

Cindy Sherman is an American film director and photographer. She is well known for her conceptual portraits. Through her work, Cindy has provoked discussions about the role and representation of women in society and the media. In this film, Cindy’s intimate relationship with Paul H-O is examined. Paul H-O struggles to retain his self-identity in his role as “Cindy’s guest” at celebrity-studded events, usually affiliated with the New York art scene. The film spans 15 years and includes interviews with artists and entertainment personalities including: Ingrid Sischy, John Waters, Robert Longo, Carol Kane, David Furnish, Danny DeVito, and Molly Ringwald. The DVD is available through Microcinema International's website