Movie Diary 12/12/2012

Any Day Now (Travis Fine, 2012). A prize-winner from the Seattle International Film Festival returns for its regular run, a straight-ahead but hard-to-deny piece about a gay couple fighting for custody of a kid in 1979 America; Alan Cumming and Garrett Dillahunt are amusingly disparate as the fellas. (full review 12/14)

At What a Feeling!, cast back fondly, or not, to reviews of Thom Eberhardt’s The Night Before and Douglas Day Stewart’s Thief of Hearts.

And do come by: Thursday night, Dec. 13 at 7 p.m., at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, we convene the eighth annual Critics Wrap, a panel of writers-on-film sifting through the year in film, 2012. I sit in with the eloquent Kathleen Murphy, Jim Emerson, and Andrew Wright. Arriving early to secure tickets is suggested; they are available at 6 at the door. More here.


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