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One on One: Mark Webber & Antonio Campos Discuss the Perils and Pleasures of Working

Posted Jan 27, 2012, by Eric Hynes

One on One: Mark Webber & Antonio Campos Discuss the Perils and Pleasures of Working without a Script

On the surface, films couldn’t be more different than Mark Webber’s The End of Love and Antonio Campos’s Simon Killer. Whereas…

Fight Club: Two Films Tackle Violence

Posted Feb 9, 2011, by Mike Plante

Fight Club: Two Films Tackle Violence

Two of the international films in the Festival this year, Mad Bastards, from Australia and directed by Brendan Fletcher, and…

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

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.…

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

Posted Jan 20, 2010, by Bridgette Bates

One on One: Cara Mertes and Michelle Satter

The 2010 Sundance Film Festival is bringing 50,000 people to a snowy decked-with -colored-lights Main Street, that from a…

One on One: Natalia Almada and Dana Perry

Posted Jan 24, 2009, by Claiborne Smith

One on One: Natalia Almada and Dana Perry

What makes a person want to reveal private family history to a wide public? What makes us want to watch a movie that…

One on One: Najwa Najjar and Cherien Dabis

Posted Jan 19, 2009, by Holly Willis

One on One: Najwa Najjar and Cherien Dabis

Palestinian filmmakers Najwa Najjar and Cherien Dabis met at Sundance Institute’s 2005 Middle East Screenwriters Lab in Jordan.…