Moviemaking

  • From Stage to Screen, Made Easy

    Veteran director Daniele Suissa on film acting: “It’s done at the level of the eyes.” Actors who have only trained fox the...

  • Ron Shelton

    Ty Cobb (Tommy Lee Jones) browbeats sportswriter Al Stump (Robert Wuhl) in Cobb. There’s one thing you won’t do after you see...

  • Milcho Manchevski

    Manchevski reaches out to American audiences The Jerky Boys were in the same Seattle hotel doing publicity for their “film”. The Jerky...

  • Rena Owen

    Owen: Hollywood’s not the end of the world. Rena Owen claims she’s not surprised by the box office success of Once Were...

  • Not Our Son

    In August of 1991, a Seattle man named Paul Keller started going out after work and setting fires. Within six months he...

  • Woody Strode

    Strode (far right) with Ernest Borgnine and amigos in The Revengers. Robert Ryan went first, in 1973; Lee Marvin followed some 14...

  • The Vision Alan Rudolph

    "At first I didn’t know people could say those things about you," Alan Rudolph intimates with a smile. "With all my films...

  • Raising Cain with Abel Ferrara

    "We’ve got to eat away at ourselves until there’s nothing left but appetite." So says one junkie to another in Ferrara’s Bad...

  • Review: Ed Wood Have Been Proud

    Tim Burton, who gave the horror genre a “Leave it to Beaver” twist with Frankenweenie, made Paul Reubens a role model in...

  • Carty Talkington Hits the Mark with Love and a .45

    In Love and a .45, writer-director Carty Talkington has created a stylized, darkly comedic journey through the contemporary American landscape of murder,...