5 Things I Am Looking Forward to this Month


Stay tuned for reviews and insight on the goings-on in lower Manhattan.



From April 2-6,  28 films starring Doris Day; on April 5th a 96th birthday celebration of Gregory Peck (stay tuned to this space for a post about the acting legend); two days later on April 7th, 7 films starring Rita Hayworth.



On April 17th, Steve McQueen’s acclaimed Shame is scheduled for release on home video. I have already pre-ordered my copy.



Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine: Twisted Sisters: To Each Her Own



Playing at the local Picture House in Pelham, NY (long-overdue profile forthcoming) is Woody Allen’s Annie Hall. I have never seen the film and am looking forward to seeing it for the first time on the big screen.


  1. Nice.

    It seems such a long time ago that there was a film festival near me. It all seems to kick off in the Autumn here!

    I hope you enjoy yourself and I look forward to the coverage.
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  2. Oh Annie Hall is wonderful, you’re so lucky to see it in theatres! I ordered my copy of Shame already too, it’s such an incredible film.
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  3. Ooooh, I look forward to your Tribeca coverage! How awesome to live in NYC. I’d love to attend that film fest one day.
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  4. Yea, you are so lucky to live in the Big Apple! Looking forward to your coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival Iba 😀
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  5. I saw Annie Hall for the first time in January for the Blind Spot series I’m taking part in. Don’t have your expectations too high for it on first watch. It feels like a grower to me.
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