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2004 Stories by Gregg Rickman

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  • American Dreams

    published November 3, 2004

    The American Indian Film Festival is the world's oldest event dedicated to Native American cinema. Its 29th edition opens this week with a... More >>

  • Zoom Lens

    published October 6, 2004

    The 27th Mill Valley Film Festival is, as always, the little film festival that can, an ambitious schedule in a modest setting. Its... More >>

  • Zoom Lens

    published September 29, 2004

    Myth, legend, and certain Iranian films aside, women in the Arab world are not strictly confined to medieval existences; indeed, several of the... More >>

  • Positively Silent

    published July 7, 2004

    Too often, "silent" films are defined by the negative implicit in the term: There's no talking. What's left out is the positive pleasure of... More >>

  • Going Hollywood

    published April 21, 2004

    Forty years ago, Brazil's Cinema Nôvo movement produced some of the Third World's most challenging and radical films. Since the... More >>

  • The Big Joke

    published April 14, 2004

    Film festival audiences in search of some chuckles have rather thin fare to select from this spring. Alice Nellis' Some Secrets is typical:... More >>

  • Watch Out

    published February 25, 2004

    Documentaries, as Capturing the Friedmans and Bus 174 (among others) have proven, can indeed be riveting, but a compelling movie can... More >>

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