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"A History of Cronenberg" Descends on Seattle

If you happen to live in the Seattle area, you won't want to miss a retrospective film series called "Deeply Creepy: A History of Cronenberg," which the Seattle International Film Festival will be presenting at the Seattle Art Museum Nov. 11 - 13. And if you don't live nearby but have been thinking about a visit to the Emerald City, now's the time to hop on a train.

The lineup of Cronenberg films planned for this three-day extravaganza is impressive. Expect to see screenings of "The Brood," "Scanners," "Videodrome," "The Dead Zone," "The Fly," "Naked Lunch," "M Butterfly," "Crash," "eXistenZ" and "Spider." Also expect to leave the series bleeding from both eyes and struggling to hold on to your identity if you actually make it through each and every film. Best of luck.--Pete Mesling


Posted by Pete on November 5, 2005 8:57 AM
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