January 14-18, 2011 (The Four Days in Paris Viewing Log) On plane to Paris: L’Autre (screener) Kaboom (screener) Portions of the following: the season one episode of Mad Men in which Roger has a heart attack and Don finally nails the Jewish department store heiress; the Bored to Death episode with Jim Jarmusch; the season one Gossip Girl episode in which Serena starts receiving mysterious gifts that turn out to be from Georgina; Sex and the City 2. (Air France in flight entertainment) In Paris: Black Narcissus (Le Champollion) The Last Days of Pompeii (Musee d’Orsay) Mata Hari (Action Cinema) <—my favorite of the cinemas I made it to Huge swaths of late night French television when jet lag wouldn’t let me sleep, including the unsexiest softcore I’ve ever seen, a French language documentary on James Dean and an English language documentary about the CEO of Fresh Direct. The Golden Globes (streaming at channelsurfing.net) On the plane back to LA: A Sundance music documentary (screener; I’m not sure if I’m supposed to say what I’m watching before the festival, so I’ll keep it vague for the time being and will go back and edit these entries after the festival) Troubadours (screener) The Green Wave (screener) Jess + Moss (screener) Portions of the following: The Other Guys, The Social Network, Inception, Home Alone (Air France in flight entertainment) At home trying to stay awake long enough to get on west coast time: Uncle Kent (screener)

January 14-18, 2011 (The Four Days in Paris Viewing Log)

On plane to Paris:

L’Autre (screener)

Kaboom (screener)

Portions of the following: the season one episode of Mad Men in which Roger has a heart attack and Don finally nails the Jewish department store heiress; the Bored to Death episode with Jim Jarmusch; the season one Gossip Girl episode in which Serena starts receiving mysterious gifts that turn out to be from Georgina; Sex and the City 2. (Air France in flight entertainment)

In Paris:

Black Narcissus (Le Champollion)

The Last Days of Pompeii (Musee d’Orsay)

Mata Hari (Action Cinema) <—my favorite of the cinemas I made it to

Huge swaths of late night French television when jet lag wouldn’t let me sleep, including the unsexiest softcore I’ve ever seen, a French language documentary on James Dean and an English language documentary about the CEO of Fresh Direct.

The Golden Globes (streaming at channelsurfing.net)

On the plane back to LA:

A Sundance music documentary (screener; I’m not sure if I’m supposed to say what I’m watching before the festival, so I’ll keep it vague for the time being and will go back and edit these entries after the festival) Troubadours (screener)

The Green Wave (screener)

Jess + Moss (screener)

Portions of the following: The Other Guys, The Social Network, Inception, Home Alone (Air France in flight entertainment)

At home trying to stay awake long enough to get on west coast time:

Uncle Kent (screener)