Moviemaking

  • The Best & Worst of 2002

    There weren’t any parades or celebrations—except maybe in the hearts of retailers—but last year marked the silver anniversary of the home video...

  • Denver, Woodstock

    Denver International Film Festival The true test of any film festival is the testimony of its attendees—the moviemakers and their audiences. From...

  • Hong Kong to Hollywood

    Uma Thurman stars in director Quentin Tarantino’s Hong Kong-influenced Kill Bill (2003). Hong kong films once ruled their domestic box office, but...

  • How They Did It: The Making of LAVA

    Through his “neophyte innocence” and dogged determination, moviemaker Joe Tucker was able to maintain total freedom on his feature debut, LAVA. “Two...

  • Miami Rhapsody

    “I figure marriage is kind of like Miami: it’s hot and stormy, and occasionally a little dangerous… But if it’s really so...

  • Mixed Reviews

    Conversations with Filmmakers University of Mississippi Press, $18.00 – $46.00 Reviewed by Jennifer M. Wood On film and in print, everywhere you...

  • Fernando Mereilles

    Rodrigues with Alice Braga in Fernando Mereilles’ City of God. Every once in a while a foreign film comes along that breaks...

  • Andre De Toth

    You skipped ‘motherfucker,'” Andre de Toth alerted me. Unfamiliar with his Dell laptop, I found the cursor and scrolled back. I had...

  • Andre De Toth

    You skipped ‘motherfucker,'” Andre de Toth alerted me. Unfamiliar with his Dell laptop, I found the cursor and scrolled back. I had...

  • Andre De Toth

    You skipped ‘motherfucker,'” Andre de Toth alerted me. Unfamiliar with his Dell laptop, I found the cursor and scrolled back. I had...