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"I've been looking forward to visiting Boise and the Treasure Valley for many years, since my good friend and director Mike Kaplan moved there. We hoped that showing 'Never Apologize' this weekend would be a terrific experience for everyone, but unfortunately, the timing of the film I'm starting in Rome on Monday, together with any potential weather problem, has prevented my not being able to make the trip. Hopefully, 'Never Apologize' will be seen in Boise before too long and we'll be able to witness an Idaho response." Malcolm in the IFF release


Idaho Press - Caldwell's Mike Kaplan will have to wait to debut his film in Idaho after concerns over poor weather thwarted a visit by actor Malcolm McDowell planned for Saturday. "Never Apologize," a film Kaplan directed that earned distinction at the Cannes Film Festival last year, was set for its Idaho debut at the Egyptian Theatre. But that showing will have to wait, Kaplan said, after recent snowfall spurred concerns over McDowell's travel plans. McDowell was set to fly to Rome on Sunday to perform in a miniseries also starring Shirley MacClaine, Kaplan said. He considered going forward with the screening without McDowell. But the fact that the event was billed around the appearance of the legendary actor spurred the decision to reschedule.


The Boise Weekly reports the screening of Malcolm McDowell's Never Apologize, scheduled to screen at the Egyptian Theatre Jan. 12 in conjunction with an appearance by McDowell, has been canceled.


At 7 p.m. Jan. 12, 2008 at the Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise Idaho. Actor Malcolm McDowell and Caldwell-based producer and director Mike Kaplan bring their acclaimed documentary Never Apologize: A Personal Visit with Lindsay Anderson. Join in a post-screening discussion with McDowell and Kaplan at a reception. $15 for film, $40 for reception, $50 for both, at thes Egyptian box office, 208-387-1273.


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