Wednesday, April 07, 2004

What are you doing April 13?

Well, if you live in New York City, I hope you'll be attending An Evening With Bill Murray at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
The awards and accolades for Lost in Translation proved what long-time fans already knew: Bill Murray is a great actor. He’s always been funny, but lurking around the edges of his caustic, sharp-witted persona is a sad-eyed mix of melancholy and tenderness. This series highlights some of Murray’s best-known characters, as well as some of his choice supporting roles.

BAMcinématek is proud to present a special talk with Bill Murray moderated by the New York Times film critic Elvis Mitchell, following a mini-Murray film festival on April 13
Caddyshack in on the schedule, as is Rushmore, Groundhog Day and Ghostbusters. But Cinetrix makes a good point: Where are Kingpin, Scrooged and Meatballs?

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