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Richard’s Linklater’s Slacker No Longer Idle

Posted Oct 13, 2010,

Richard’s Linklater’s Slacker No Longer Idle

"Oh, sure, I remember it like it was yesterday... it was a blast, man," Richard Linklater says, his Texas drawl drawing out…

And the Envelope, Please…

Posted Jan 30, 2010, by Eric Hynes

And the Envelope, Please…

Thirty-four films were awarded prizes in 29 categories, honoring both veteran and first-time filmmakers from the U.S. to…

Opinion: Russell Banks

Posted Jan 29, 2010, by Eric Hynes

Opinion: Russell Banks

Novelist Russell Banks has been publishing books for nearly 40 years, but in terms of film he’s still something of a newcomer.…

Q&A: Welcome to the Rileys

Posted Jan 28, 2010, by Eric Hynes

Q&A: Welcome to the Rileys

“Every film in this Festival has to have been a nightmare to get made, and this is no exception,” director Jake Scott said on…

Q&A: Blue Valentine

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Lara Rosenbaum

Q&A: Blue Valentine

Director Derek Cianfrance juxtaposes the realistic highs and lows of romance in his moving film, Blue Valentine. The audience…

One on One: Rodrigo Cortés and Adam Green

Posted Jan 27, 2010, by Eric Hynes

One on One: Rodrigo Cortés and Adam Green

As two films in the Festival diabolically illustrate, claustrophobia has more than one instigator. Both Rodrigo Cortés’s Buried

Opinion: Anthony Mackie

Posted Jan 24, 2010, by Holly Willis

Opinion: Anthony Mackie

Critically-acclaimed actor Anthony Mackie plays Marcus in Night Catches Us, a beautifully directed drama by first-time feature…

Q&A: Please Give

Posted Jan 23, 2010, by Lara Rosenbaum

Q&A: Please Give

Director and screenwriter Nicole Holofcener reveals the subtleties of relationships in Please Give – a story of love, guilt,…

One on One (on One): Spencer Susser, David Michôd and Ken Wardrop

Posted Jan 23, 2010, by Eric Hynes

One on One (on One): Spencer Susser, David Michôd and Ken Wardrop

For three emerging filmmakers, the 2010 Sundance Film Festival represents both a triumphant return and an auspicious beginning.…

The Digital Distribution of Short Films (An Art in Itself)

Posted Jan 20, 2010, by Todd Luoto

The Digital Distribution of Short Films (An Art in Itself)

In October, it wasn't uncommon that Sundance Film Festival Shorts Programmer Jon Korn added an extra hour of screening time to…

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