Tag Archives: Tanya Wexler

“Ball in the House” – A Lost Film Worth Rediscovery

In my Business of Film class at Columbia, I’ve talked for many years about how unforeseeable events can affect the success or failure of a film in the marketplace. I’ve seen and worked on many films that would be examples … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago…A Family Odyssey (Final Chapter)

This is the final post of a series. You can find the other parts at Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 Conclusion: It was with a combination of hope and fear that we approached the George Washington Bridge. The first sign … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago…A Family Odyssey (part 3)

Part 1 of this article can be found here, and part 2 can be found here. Day Three: Thursday September 13, 2001 When I awoke the next morning, Beth was already out and about. I went off to deliver the 35mm … Continue reading

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10 Years Ago…A Family Odyssey (part 2)

Part 1 of this article can be found here. Day Two: Wednesday September 12, 2001 When morning arrived, the apartment started to empty out. Subway service had been partially restored, and there was now a way for everyone to get home. … Continue reading

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