At least that is what SF Weekly has noticed. And, so have we. We’ll have to catch up with this story. But for now, here is your update from the SFWeekly.
Construction delays are part of San Francisco’s culture, but the Drafthouse is being tight-lipped about its plans. The New Mission’s website hasn’t been updated since the original announcement, and its Facebook page and Twitter feed have been dormant since September 2013. The company’s PR firm says it has “no updates.”
Seven months of radio silence without even a “We’re still alive, please watch this space for further details” Tweet or Facebook update suggests… well, it’s hard to know what it suggests. But it sounds like, somewhere southeast of here, plans have changed.
When (or if) the Alamo Drafthouse New Mission finally opens, it’ll be a much-needed shot in the arm for San Francisco’s film culture. But this is not a good way to start. READ MORE