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You can never read too much into it By Alan E. Rapp
David Cronenberg on the dislocating experience of watching "Existenz," modernist moviemaking and technology as an extension of the human body.
(04/29/99)

Life is fantastic By Dakota Smith
"Hands on a Hard Body" director S.R. Bindler on why small-town Texans will spend 83 grueling hours standing around a pickup truck.
(04/22/99)

Pete's Peak By Jenn Shreve
Actor Pete Postlethwaite scales dizzying heights in "Among Giants" -- and tackles his first romantic role.
(04/09/99)

PROSPERITY® can be yours! By Philip Morton
Introducing the new industry standard in scriptwriting software
(03/25/99)

Harvey Keitel and the Sundance Kid By Jennie Yabroff
An interview with "Three Seasons" director Tony Bui
(03/18/99)

Return to sender By Liza Bear
Brazilian filmmaker Walter Salles talks about the inspiration behind "Central Station," his award-winning film about letters never sent
(03/11/99)

Full "Steam" ahead By Dakota Smith
Alessandro Gassman, the Italian star of last year's award-winning film "Steam," is poised to become the next European heartthrob to find an American audience
(03/04/99)

Trans America By Jennie Yabroff
Documentary filmmakers Susan Muska and Greta Olafsdottir talk about the story behind "The Brandon Teena Story"
(02/25/99)

Single white filmmaker By Larry Getlen
Myles Berkowitz took a camera crew along on "20 Dates" and found Ms. Right -- not to mention a distribution deal
(02/18/99)

A funny thing happened on the way to the oncologist By Peggy Orenstein
Julia Sweeney talks about her new movie, "God Said 'Ha!'" -- the feel-good cancer comedy of the year
(02/11/99)

Another day in Hollywood By Jenn Shreve
Why Larry Clark tried to do "the traditional movie thing" (and why he got censored anyway)
(02/04/99)

This dream brought to you by Diesel Jeans By David Wallis
Move over, Y2K -- in Matt Groening's brave new world, it's the year 3000 we should be worried about
(01/28/99)

Teacher's pet By Chris Lee
"Rushmore" director Wes Anderson talks about his first "collaborative" writing effort, his recent pilgrimage to the home of Pauline Kael and New York telephone booths
(01/21/99)

Penned in By Paul Sherman
Sean Penn talks about the hurly-burly of Hollywood and why, despite his recent spate of great films, he wants to quit acting -- again
(01/14/99)

On his own turf By Cynthia Joyce
Director-writer Paul Schrader talks about his acclaimed, modestly budgeted "Affliction" and the pleasures of working the fertile emotional territory the big studios can't touch
(01/07/99)

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