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Saturday, January 28 • 5:00pm - 8:00pm
SF Sketchfest Tribute: An Evening with Elliott Gould: "The Long Goodbye" 50th Anniversary Screening + Conversation

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Hollywood icon Elliott Gould sits down for a rare in-depth look at his life and career, following a 50th anniversary screening of Robert Altman’s 1973 film adaptation of Raymond Chandler’s 1953 detective novel, “The Long Goodbye,” in which Gould plays the most interesting and humorous version of Philip Marlowe ever put on film. A natural raconteur, Gould will have no shortage of fascinating subjects to discuss, having worked with everyone from Ingmar Bergman, Paul Mazursky  and Steven Soderbergh to “Saturday Night Live” and “The Muppets.” Moderated by Jay Rosenblatt. (1973, 112 min + 60 min Q&A, DCP) ($35 Orchestra Front, $25 Orchestra Side/Rear, $20 Balcony, All Ages)

Co-presented by SF IndieFest, SFFILM, and California Film Institute.

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Elliott Gould

ELLIOTT GOULD began his acting career on Broadway in the 1960’s, and then went on to become the embodiment of a disenchanted youth culture in such films Robert Altman’s Korean War satire "M*A*S*H" (1970) in which he played the maverick surgeon "Trapper John" and "Bob & Ted & Carol... Read More →
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Jay Rosenblatt

Jay Rosenblatt is an internationally recognized artist and an Academy Award® nominated filmmaker who has completed over thirty films. His work explores our emotional and psychological cores. They are personal in their content yet universal in their appeal.Jay’s films have received... Read More →

Saturday January 28, 2023 5:00pm - 8:00pm PST
Castro Theatre 429 Castro Street, San Francisco, CA 94114