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2002 Stories by Anthony Kaufman

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  • Focal Points

    published November 19, 2002

    Cinematographer Ellen Kuras accomplished the near impossible on Rebecca Miller's More >>

  • Mother Countries

    published October 29, 2002

    Gail Dolgin and Vicente Franco expected a conciliatory tale of healing when they set out to make More >>

  • The Big Tease

    published October 22, 2002

    "Going to the market is like panning for gold," says indie-film consultant Bob Hawk, famous—or infamous—for discovering Clerks at... More >>

  • Saving Grace

    published October 8, 2002

    Call it MOMA Gramercy. Displaced by the multi-year reconstruction project, the Museum of Modern Art's film and media program, which has been... More >>

  • Virtual Exhibitions

    published September 3, 2002

    Can the digital revolution save independent film distribution? Faced with prohibitively expensive print and advertising costs and increased... More >>

  • Maggie May . . .

    published September 3, 2002

    Ever since word got out about Maggie Gyllenhaal's performance as a wide-eyed masochist in Secretary (opening September 20), she's been... More >>

  • Cruel Summer

    published August 6, 2002

    New York City's multibillion-dollar filmmaking industry is hurting. Numbers released by the New York Mayor's Office of Film, Theatre and... More >>

  • Synthetic Vision

    published July 16, 2002

    "What you've seen before of Metropolis is usually some kind of Frankenstein story," says Martin Koerber, the lead film preservationist on... More >>

  • Ghost of the Machine

    published May 28, 2002

    The death of American independent film has been prophesied more than once over the last few years, but finally we have a date on which to pin our... More >>

  • In Loco Parentis

    published May 14, 2002

    Dover Kosashvili denies that his debut feature is an indictment of the strict family traditions he grew up with as a Georgian immigrant living in... More >>

  • A Space Odyssey

    published April 2, 2002

    After spending the last 15 years mostly in the dark, the landmark Thalia movie theater will reopen next week with a new name (the Leonard Nimoy... More >>

  • Phelps Fag Enabler

    published March 12, 2002

    "That's a joke, right?" asked a Second Avenue passerby, referring to the people holding signs that read "Thank God for Sept. 11," "God Hates... More >>

  • Thinking Inside the Box

    published March 5, 2002

    The Laramie Project, Sundance 2002's grand opener, won't be coming to a theater near you; nor will Audience Award winner Real Women Have... More >>

  • Faith No More

    published March 5, 2002

    "I thought The Believer was going to be a comedy," says veteran screenwriter Henry Bean, referring to his controversial directorial... More >>

  • Freeze Frame

    published January 22, 2002

    As the Museum of Modern Art breaks ground in midtown for its new $650 million expansion project, the powerful arts institution has closed its... More >>

  • Win, Lose, or Draw

    published January 15, 2002

    At this year's Academy Awards, cartoons won't be considered kid stuff anymore. But will the inaugural award for Best Animated Feature (the... More >>

  • Veteran Players, New Teams

    published January 1, 2002

    "Film is one of the last bastions of entrepreneurial endeavor, and it's always reinventing itself in difficult times," says veteran producer Ed... More >>

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