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1999 Stories by Michael Fox

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  • Reel World

    published December 22, 1999

    Land and Freedom"Things here are fairly unorthodox," says the Red Vic Movie House's Dennis Conroy, with a certain degree of... More >>

  • Reel World

    published December 15, 1999

    Zan BokoFrom its cluttered, no-frills offices overlooking the grimy corner of Ninth Street and Market, California Newsreel... More >>

  • Reel World

    published December 8, 1999

    Freedom on My MindIt barely qualifies as news that the sprawling Sundance Film Festival lineup features a clutch of new films by local... More >>

  • Reel World

    published December 1, 1999

    La Regle de JeuThis has been a year of nonstop ecstasy for Francophile cinemaphiles, as the PFA, Castro, and S.F. Film Society mounted... More >>

  • Reel World

    published November 24, 1999

    Eyes Wide Shut I called Philip Kaufman's office and, lo and behold, Northern California's greatest (and shiest) filmmaker answered the... More >>

  • Reel World

    published November 17, 1999

    Point BlankPersonal to independent filmmakers: There is an upside to financing your movie with your credit cards. Consider Evan... More >>

  • Reel World

    published November 10, 1999

    The TinglerIt's not quite as mammoth a job as hoisting the big top when the clowns and carnies and elephants come to town, but the... More >>

  • Reel World

    published November 3, 1999

    Floating CloudsFrom Canyon Cinema to Strand Releasing (now based in L.A.) to Roxie Releasing to the now-defunct Tara Releasing to... More >>

  • Reel World

    published October 27, 1999

    Tin CupPumpkins are everywhere, children are chattering about their costumes, and the Sundance Watch has begun. When we checked in with... More >>

  • Reel World

    published October 20, 1999

    The KidWriter-director-actor-producer-editor Eli Rudnick hops on and off a bench,surveying the empty seats in the cozy new cinema on... More >>

  • Reel World

    published October 13, 1999

    Kitten With a Whip Before Jack Stevenson got married and moved to Denmark in 1993, the author (Desperate Visions: Camp America)... More >>

  • Reel World

    published October 6, 1999

    Best BoyBay Area documentary filmmakers are a socially conscious lot who, by and large, treat serious subjects extremely seriously. So... More >>

  • The Bridge and Tunnel Crowd

    published October 6, 1999

    The Mill Valley Film Festival, now celebrating its 22nd anniversary, has grown to become one of the country's most respected venues for new... More >>

  • Reel World

    published September 29, 1999

    Pipsqueak PfolliesIn the vast, teeming universe of cinema, small-gauge filmmaking is possibly the least-respected province. After all,... More >>

  • Reel World

    published September 22, 1999

    Broadcast NewsThe tidings don't get any bigger -- or better -- than this for Bay Area moviegoers and filmmakers: KQED debuts a... More >>

  • Reel World

    published September 15, 1999

    The Horn Blows at Midnight "It blows my mind that nobody's ever done a film about Miles Davis," says Laura Plotkin. So the Oakland... More >>

  • Reel World

    published September 8, 1999

    The Big Picture George Lucas isn't the only big-name Bay Area moviemaker heading to the Presidio. The San Francisco Film Center,... More >>

  • Reel World

    published September 1, 1999

    Black to the Promised Land Central Marin may be the Bay Area's most privileged enclave, but the Mill Valley Film Festival can't be... More >>

  • Reel World

    published August 25, 1999

    On the Edge In one swift stroke, The Blair Witch Project may have erased the long-held resistance of mainstream audiences to... More >>

  • Reel World

    published August 18, 1999

    Some Like It Hot After a long career researching and penning biographies of literature's heavyweights, Jeffrey Meyers turned to movie... More >>

  • Zoom Lens

    published August 18, 1999

    Return With Honor Leni Riefenstahl would admire this emotionally potent and morally repugnant portrait of American pilots imprisoned and... More >>

  • Reel World

    published August 11, 1999

    Breaking Away Ted White shyly hopped up on the low stage at Cell Space, simultaneously basking in and waving off the raucous adoration of... More >>

  • Reel World

    published August 4, 1999

    Rachel's Daughters When last we checked in with Doug Wolens, the S.F. lawyer-turned-filmmaker was traipsing around the country with his... More >>

  • Reel World

    published July 28, 1999

    Rachel&185;s DaughtersWhen last we checked... More >>

  • Reel World

    published July 21, 1999

    The Big Knife The lone Hollywood screenwriter (or so one assumes) without a personal tale of abuse and humiliation lives in the heart of... More >>

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