Soderbergh to Give State of Cinema Address at San Francisco International Film Festival 2013

Soderbergh to Give State of Cinema Address at San Francisco International Film Festival 2013
Brainy Steven Soderbergh, who has earned stripes as both indie and studio director, will deliver the 10th annual "State of Cinema" address at the 56th San Francisco International Film Festival on April 29. The festival runs April 25 thru May 9. This should prove more than informative. The address will headline the fest's live and onstage program of events, including music performances, multi-media presentations and audience participatory activities.  Soderbergh's recent retirement from big-screen filmmaking (his made-for-tv "Behind the Candelabra" hits HBO on May 26) should provide some provocative fodder for his thoughts on the current state of film, and its intersection with culture and society. He has cited the "tyranny of narrative feature filmmaking" in the past, a bold if understandable statement from a filmmaker with more than 25 films on his resume (2013's "Side Effects," starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law, Catherine Zeta Jones and Channing Tatum, is his 27th feature). San...
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