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Game Theory
, December 10, 2002
"I make the rules of the game, then attempt to play it," explains Michael Snow in Teri Wehn-Damisch's On Snow's Wavelength, Zoom Out, a portrait... More>>
Bubbling Under
, December 10, 2002
The horror stories recounted in the San Francisco-set documentary Boom: The Sound of Eviction have played out (and still do) in any number of NYC... More>>
Only the Young Only the Young
, December 10, 2002
In the only smarm-free passage in Don DeLillo's White Noise, Jack Gladney holds his crying toddler on his lap in the car and allows himself to... More>>
I'm With the Band
, December 10, 2002
Applying familiar sports-movie tropes to an unlikely university marching band milieu, Charles Stone III's Drumline works overtime equating... More>>
The Truths About Charlie The Truths About Charlie
, December 03, 2002
Being John Malkovich, the comic brain-twister directed by Spike Jonze from Charlie Kaufman's screenplay, invited analogy seekers to cast their... More>>
Once Were Warriors Once Were Warriors
, December 03, 2002
The 30 features in this annual series of recent Spanish film are a varied lot, but together they suggest that politics and melodrama remain the... More>>
Abstract Plain
, December 03, 2002
The heftiest entry (though not quite the longest) in this year's Expo short-film fest is undoubtedly Alexander Sokurov's 47-minute Elegy of a... More>>
Continental Rifts
, December 03, 2002
This series of 10 films highlights the work of Dutch directors who find their inspiration in a host of global locations. Tussenland/Sleeping... More>>
Mash Notes
, December 03, 2002
Perhaps no American director has been with us, and maintained such an august station in the media forebrain, for as long as Robert Altman. Last... More>>
Film
, December 03, 2002
Analyze That Directed by Harold Ramis (Warner Bros., opens December 6) My perverse fascination for movie sequel titles that make no rhetorical... More>>
Space Odysseys Space Odysseys
, November 26, 2002
The unique trajectory of Steven Soderbergh's career takes him close to the stratosphere with his wholly unexpected and unexpectedly fine remake... More>>
Primal Scenes Primal Scenes
, November 26, 2002
The political and physical facts of Rabbit-Proof Fence, Phillip Noyce's first Australian film in 13 years, are so stunning that Noyce looks like... More>>
Bust and Boom
Vancouver's Calm Before the Storm
, November 26, 2002
The sun barely put in a cameo appearance at last month's Vancouver International Film Festival, which made it all the more conducive to spending... More>>
Liberation Songs Liberation Songs
, November 26, 2002
The hope and the temptation of a festival drawing on films from the African diaspora is that it will provide insights on the connections between... More>>
Shadows on the Wall
, November 26, 2002
Hey you, come over here, I'm up against the wall. Why don't you just forget that broken lawn mower and look at me. I have eyelashes. I wear... More>>
Get Up Kids
, November 26, 2002
If anybody doubted the pervasiveness of extreme sports and emo culture in kidland, check out Treasure Planet, Disney's spaced-up version of... More>>
Roads to Hell Roads to Hell
, November 19, 2002
"Life swarms with innocent monsters," Charles Baudelaire famously observed in The Spleen of Paris—and, although none could be considered a... More>>
A View to a Kill
, November 19, 2002
Bumrushed onto American screens like late-breaking news, the Japanese TV doc Power and Terror: Noam Chomsky in Our Times is a relatively thin... More>>
Mixed Company
, November 19, 2002
An annual exercise in utopian curation, lesbian and gay experimental festival MIX gropes creatively to justify its own existence for the... More>>
His Favorite Things
, November 19, 2002
"In a musical, nothing dreadful ever happens," avows Selma (Björk) in Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark. No one proved this more than... More>>
Good Pill Hunting Good Pill Hunting
, November 19, 2002
The glory of Valley of the Dolls—the flashy, trashy '67 inside-showbiz epic based on the Jackie Susann novel—is that no one involved... More>>
Bow Wow Wow
, November 19, 2002
Easily the artiest queer stroke movie of the year, Portuguese director João Pedro Rodrigues's debut, O Fantasma, attempts an improbable... More>>
Triton's Daughters Triton's Daughters
, November 19, 2002
A winner at Sundance thanks in part to Ellen Kuras's loving cinematography, Rebecca Miller's Personal Velocity culls three woman-centric... More>>
Focal Points
Ellen Kuras Shines New Light on DV
, November 19, 2002
Cinematographer Ellen Kuras accomplished the near impossible on Rebecca Miller's Personal Velocity: She made digital video look good. Not since... More>>
Film
, November 19, 2002
The Emperor's Club Directed by Michael Hoffman (Universal, opens November 22) The liberal arts live in Michael Hoffman's gauzy, economical take... More>>
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