So next week I’m off to NYC to see an unmarried woman…or rather to see a screening of “An Unmarried Woman” (and do some work stuff, but who cares about that?).  In any case the IFC Center is doing a tribute to Paul Mazursky who died last June and which I tributed(?) back then as well.

This will be 35mm print pulled from the studio archive, and this is one of my favorite NYC films, so to see it on celluloid in the Big Apple is going to be great (although I’m still leery of the IFC after seeing the “restored” version of “The Wickerman” there a few years ago [and kind of ironic that I’ll be returning to the venue given that Sir Chris Himself passed away this past week…]).  Most of the main actors are no longer with us (Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, and Cliff Gorman are all gone) and of course Mazursky went to the Great Editing Room in the Sky last year as mentioned.  BUT, the one remaining main cast member, Michael Murphy, will be in attendance!  This guy has been all over the silver screen for nearly 50 years and even had a bit part in M*A*S*H (along with a number of other Altman films).  I’m hoping there will be an audience Q/A session and I’m hoping I can come up with a good Q to ask this time around.

I’ll post a recap hopefully with pictures after Tuesday of next week, so stay tuned…