Commenting on our post about the silent protest held by black students on campus yesterday, reader s z underwood wrote “It’s a pity and perhaps a sign of increasing Balkanization on our college campuses that this was apparently not a multi-racial or integrated group expressing their common outrage. All people of good conscience deplore racist acts. It seems to me this protest would have been a more powerful statement if a broad spectrum of students had together as a coalition.”
If you’re in the mood for an old-fashioned drama bereft of flashy gimmicks and nausea-inducing shaky-cam, you may want to plan on spending the evening of Thursday March 4 at Pacific Film Archive. The Archive will be screening director Jan Troell’s Everlasting Moments, a Scandinavian co-production with primary funding supplied by Copenhagen’s Final Cut Productions.