By Marilyn Ferdinand
Some of you may remember that Greg Ferrara, Rick Olson, and I started a film club a while back called The Oldest Established Really Important Film Club. It lasted for about a year, when life intruded on hobby and sent the club into limbo. Now, the energetic Adam Zanzie of Icebox Movies has shaken the wooly mammoth from its deep freeze. His discussion of Hall Bartlett’s 1973 adaptation of Richard Bach’s 1970 philosophical novella Jonathan Livingston Seagull begins tomorrow. You still have time to rent and watch the movie. I saw it last night, and think this film will generate some fascinating discussion on nature, religion, and the hippie ethos—and that’s just for starters. See you tomorrow at Icebox Movies!