Framing Pictures convenes earlier than usual in the month of April—Friday, April 5, to be precise, at 5 p.m. at the usual venue, Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave. The panel expects to start out talking about Leviathan, the latest from Lucien Castaing-Taylor (Sweetgrass); Room 237, the aggregation of many theories as to what Kubrick's The Shining is really about; and of course, irresistibly, The Shining itself. (Leviathan plays at NWFF; the other two will be on at SIFF.) Admittance is free; beer/wine/designer water, not. RSVP to our hospitality director Mr. Torrance, who just got the gladsome news that Lloyd will attend.
Incidentally, here's the link to RTJ's Film Comment article on The Shining from summer 1980: http://queenannenews.com/main.asp?SectionID=83&SubSectionID=407&ArticleID=30860&TM=74496.63