The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JULY 31, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - HIGHVIEW BUILDERS GROUP INC.
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The SFFilm Festival’s bash at YBCA on Friday, April 7, provided filmmakers and film fans with a kind of recreational respite.There was talk of movies and stars and distributors, of course, but there was also pleasant random conversation.Fred Levin, son of Irving Levin, the movie house owner who 60 years ago founded the festival, told Sheila Ortona, wife of Italian consul general Lorenzo Ortona, that 61 years ago, the Italian consul general had approached his dad, telling him that high-end department stores were going to be featuring Italian wares and clothing for a week.On Sunday, April 9, friends and admirers (and he has many) gathered at the Castro to pay tribute to Tom Luddy, winner of this year’s Mel Novikoff Award, which is given to “an individual or institution whose work has enhanced the film-going public’s appreciation of world cinema.”Luddy’s cultural interests go beyond filmmaking — notably, to music and art and food, particularly Bay Area passions — but the award paid tribute most of all to him as a “deeply human bridge-builder,” said SFFilm Executive Director Noah Cowan.Luddy was cited for personal generosity — his appreciation of filmmaking masters and his championing of filmmaking newcomers — and for his wizardry at connecting them.Waters said Luddy had made Chez Panisse famous, by bringing film people there; afterward, Etheredge said the same of Tosca.Peter Becker of the Criterion Collection of movies described a summer afternoon (presumably in the Wine Country) when Luddy, Wim Wenders, Akira Kurosawa and Francis Coppola attended a county fair together, and Coppola’s vehicle broke down.On Thursday, April 6, every seat in every pew at Grace Cathedral was filled with people mourning the sudden death of Charlot Malin, 48.Morricone’s “Gabriel’s Oboe” was played by members of the San Francisco Opera Orchestra with soloist Mingjia Liu, that group’s principal oboe, the plaintive sound wafted to the vaulted ceiling.Afterward, the crowd spilled out into the plaza, reassured on this cloudy but warm afternoon to find old friends and share good thoughts about Charlot.