When I was a bit bigger than a wee boy, boy did I enjoy playing Exquisite Corpse.
"What's that?" you say? C'mon you know: I draw the head, fold the paper over but continue the neck so the next player/drawer can see where to start; they draw the body, fold it over but continue so the last player/drawer can see where to start, and so on for the feet. I suppose you could do it with the entire class but we kept it to three generally. Maybe that had to do with the number of kids in our family.
Anyhoo, Exquistie Corpse has come to the Internet, but with a much cooler name. Give it a play right here (click to link), and send it on to an email friend. Freak Machine will post once complete.
SF Film Society Blog
It is the final final day of this glorious #SFIFF marquee! Get out there, see all the movies you can and join us 7:00 TONIGHT at the Castro for Closing Night festivities!
Do the letters F.O. mean anything to you? You chasin' somebody? Somebody chasin' you? What are YOU doing Thursday night?
#SFIFF Closing Night
May 5👨🏻7:00👨🏻Castro Theatre
Sipping on #Hennessy at the #SFIFF Lounge tonight. A lovely way to unwind.
#FromAfar director Lorenzo Vigas at the Roxie Theater. Love that neon. Photo by Pat Mazzera. #SFIFF
#NationalBird director Sonia Kennebeck, producer Ines Hofmann Kanna and subjects at the Victoria Theatre. Photo by Pat Mazerra. #SFIFF #WomenInFilm
Joel Coen, Jonathan Turell and Peter Becker of Janus Films and the Criterion Collection and Ethan Coen at the Castro Theatre. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF
VR Day was cool. Photo by Tommy Lau. #SFIFF
#Sonita director Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF
Such a great night at PROXY with movie-lovers cozying up to see the Ross brothers' #ContemporaryColor. #SFIFF
Love this shot of Jheri Jones, subject of #TheJoneses, at the Roxie Theater. Photo by Pamela Gentile. #SFIFF