Framing Pictures is busting out all over, or about to. Tomorrow—Friday, Feb. 15, 5 p.m.—brings our monthly conversation at Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave. (between Pike and Pine). So many things to talk about, we may not get to them all. SIFF's tribute to the inspired animation from Studio Ghibli ... Fellini's 8 1/2 at the Grand Illusion ... Miguel Gomes' highly praised Tabu at NWFF ... Steven Soderbergh's last (really?) film, Side Effects ... why people insist on talking of movies in terms of what they're "about" (Zero Dark Thirty endorses torture?) instead of what they are (Zero Dark Thirty provocative, challenging, ambiguous). And perhaps more.
     And more definitely includes our November 2012 session, belatedly coming to The Seattle Channel tonight, Feb. 14, 8:30 p.m. Comcast/Xfinity has it at 21 on your dial—or 321 if you dare look at us in HD.
      And that session will also be available online at The Seattle Channel website, any minute now.
     Whichever and wherever, it's always free. Do join us.