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SF Chronicle: Harris, Herzog, and Carriere Take SFIFF Tributes

By Indiewire | Indiewire May 4, 2006 at 10:31AM

"It may have been the sunglasses or his determined gait, but Ed Harris managed to stroll all over downtown San Francisco and Chinatown on Thursday heading toward the bay without once being recognized. But there was no escaping attention that evening when the San Francisco International Film Festival honored him along with director Werner Herzog and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere at its annual fundraising bash. Harris acted the role of movie star -- a part he's still uncomfortable playing after 25 years in films -- smiling for the photographers and cameramen who lined the red carpet at the St. Francis Hotel." Ruthe Stein reports.
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"It may have been the sunglasses or his determined gait, but Ed Harris managed to stroll all over downtown San Francisco and Chinatown on Thursday heading toward the bay without once being recognized. But there was no escaping attention that evening when the San Francisco International Film Festival honored him along with director Werner Herzog and screenwriter Jean-Claude Carriere at its annual fundraising bash. Harris acted the role of movie star -- a part he's still uncomfortable playing after 25 years in films -- smiling for the photographers and cameramen who lined the red carpet at the St. Francis Hotel." Ruthe Stein reports.







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