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'Zodiac: The Director's Cut' w/ David Fincher 11/19/07


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  • 'Zodiac: The Director's Cut' w/ David Fincher 11/19/07

    An Evening with David Fincher
    A screening of (US, 2007; 163m)
    followed by David Fincher in conversation with Kent Jones
    Monday, November 19, 2007 at 6:30 pm

    Admission: $30 FSLC members & students, $40 general public
    Advance tickets go on sale Tuesday, Oct 23 at Noon online & at 12:30pm at the Walter Reade Theater box office.
    ZodiacSeven, Fight Club, Panic Room) will make a rare public appearance, joining Kent Jones, associate director of programming at the Film Society and editor-at-large of Film Comment magazine, on the stage of the Walter Reade Theater for a conversation about this remarkable film.


    'Zodiac' - a David Fincher Film - 2/22/07
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: 'Zodiac: The Director's Cut' w/ David Fincher 11/19/07

    Also new

    "Zodiac -- The Director's Cut"
    (Paramount, $35): David Fincher's analytical examination of the Zodiac serial killer, which met with tepid box office response, has been making critics' Top 10 lists. So the release today of this superlative two-disc set is serendipitous. Extras include a gripping new feature-length documentary, "This Is the Zodiac Speaking," which covers every aspect of the investigation, complete with news footage from the era and new interviews with police and investigators; the fascinating documentary "His Name Was Arthur Leigh Allen," a look at the prime suspect in the case; the documentary "Zodiac Deciphered," a look at the subtle visual effects in the film; riveting commentary from Fincher and an even better audio track with stars Jake Gyllenhall and Robert Downey Jr., screenwriter and producer James Vanderbilt and producer Brad Fischer.
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006


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