Post idea 2: Old film mags had a local-paper quality lost among the glossies: a regular lament was the infelicities of NFT programming. So my two cents is: why seemingly every ruddy film ever made by George Cukor and a very incomplete selection of Lindsay Anderson? I’m not knocking Cukor, but just because he directed some fine films doesn’t mean anyone needs to see all he did. It is, to use an old saw, the National Film Theatre, and Anderson launched a major post-war film cycle at the NFT. Some gratitude. And the time slots suck too.

Post idea 1: Waaah, I’m going to miss ‘The White Bus’ (1967) tonight.