From: Casey Pegram (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 13 2009 - 12:42:38 PDT

That's great, Adam! Alonso is one of my favorite filmmakers working at
the moment and I really had no expectation that Liverpool would screen
anywhere in the U.S. outside the festival circuit. That having been
said, unfortunately, I'm not in a position to book a screening
anywhere, but I hope someone else in the Atlanta area might make it a
reality. Otherwise it'll be the typical long wait for a DVD to pop up
somewhere in the world; his first three films have been transferred to
DVD in only mediocre quality (interlaced, non-anamorphic).

I mostly just wanted to commend you for trying to get the work out
there to eyeballs in the States, and I hope I can attend a screening.

Casey Pegram

On Apr 13, 2009, at 3:10 PM, Adam Sekuler wrote:

> Dear Colleagues,
> I've just negotiated a possible tour of Lisandro Alonso's LIVERPOOL.
> The film was recently named one of the best undistributed films by
> both INDIEWire and Film Comment, and recently named best film of
> 2008 by Cinema Scope.
> After years at sea, a middle-aged sailor returns to his home in
> deepest Tierra del Fuego and finds his past coming back to haunt him.
> In the fall a print will be made available to US venues under the
> following terms, should we manage to secure 10 venues.
> Each venue would pay rental terms at $500 vs 35% for a full week and
> $350 vs 35% for 3 screenings or less.
> We will bill you individually for the screenings. you determine the
> length of the run for up to a full week.
> I'm hoping to get back to the sales agent next week with a full tour
> of the print.
> Please let me know if you're interested and dates you'd be
> interested in screening the film.
> I currently don't have screeners.
> Best regards,
> Adam Sekuler
> Program Director
> Northwest Film Forum
> 1515 12th Ave.
> Seattle, WA 98122
> tel. 206/329-2629
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