Elisabeth Moss and Jane Campion bring you Spring’s best new show
Push Girls is the Sundance Channel's new reality show about four ladies in wheelchairs who support each other through their ordeals and who prove to be powerful and personable and not defined by their disabilities.
Screen and glamour icon Isabella Rossellini played a bee when she did those award-winning Green Pornos for the Sundance Channel, in which she personally enacted the mating rituals of the animal kingdom (while wearing the proper protection, I'm sure). Well, at her daughter Elettra Wiedemann's ... More >>
LudoLefebvre.comLudo Lefebvre has been here in New York, eating his way through town while promoting Ludo Bites America, his new show on the Sundance Channel. And it looks like the Los Angeles chef will be back for more.
photo courtesy of George MotzGeorge Motz amid his beloved beef.George Motz was just a documentarian when he came out with his seminal burger film, Hamburger America. But considering he had to eat thousands of burgers in establishments around the country for years as he researched the film, th ... More >>
Simon Oren, a partner in Nice Matin, Marseille, Barbounia, and Five Napkin Burger, is expected to take over the space that once occupied Ed Brown's Eighty One, and is currently hunting for a chef. [Grub Street] Jean-Georges Vongerichten spars with actor Hugh Jackman in season five of the Su ... More >>
Sundance Channel *The compulsive talker *The noisy texter *The restless seat banger... It's all broken down for you in this hilariously wise piece by yours truly based on the rare yet vivid occasions when I've actually paid to see a movie and sat with the public. Of course all 10 types pu ... More >>
Isabella Rossellini makes insect love
Linda SimpsonOr so I opine in this blog on Sundance Channel's sunfiltered.com. In the piece, I trenchantly chat about the pros and cons of the big day, when people swarm from the boroughs looking like zombies--even more so than usual! Anyway, the site is identifying me as a Voice writer, so ... More >>
Cazwell's 20-minute bashes.
'He never just told the story'
An activist filmmaking collective wants to change the worldone documentary at a time
Robert Altman and Cynthia Nixon talk about Tanner
Indie film directors invade the TV screen
Raging against the Republican machine
The Other of Invention
Accidental Tourists Stumble Abroad
Indie Film Producer Christine Vachon Analyzes 'Project Greenlight'
The Lactose-Intolerant Detective; Trio's Honky-Tonk Blues
A Vegas Dramedy and a 'Seinfeld' Castoff
PBS Tries to Stay King of the Real Reality TV
Risky Business at Sundance 2003
Two Pioneers of the New Queer Cinema Look Back on a Short-Lived Sensation
Distributing the Art-House Wealth on the Cheap