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  • Reel World

    published July 12, 2000

    Something Wild"What interests me is the idea of self-repair," Chuck & Buck director Miguel Arteta confides during a San... More >>

  • Reel World

    published July 5, 2000

    Sidewalk StoriesEverybody's favorite dreadhead, Brien Burroughs, is prepping to shoot a follow-up to Suckerfish, the droll... More >>

  • Reel World

    published June 28, 2000

    Cold HeavenOnce you got away from the ticket windows and into the theaters, the recent San Francisco International Film Festival was an... More >>

  • Reel World

    published June 21, 2000

    Our Man Flint A recent throwaway line in this space referring to "phantom" S.F. Film Commission Executive Director P.J. Johnston... More >>

  • Reel World

    published June 14, 2000

    Show Me LoveWriter/director Mary Guzman had a "Eureka!" moment in the shower. Since beginning the street-wise Latina lesbian romantic... More >>

  • Reel World

    published June 7, 2000

    The Cup and the Lip"The other day, someone asked me, 'How do you define your territory?' I said, 'I work with anything that you can... More >>

  • Reel World

    published May 31, 2000

    Landscape SuicidesThe vast open spaces of the West, where the rough terrain has not yet been overtaken by hordes of humans, are... More >>

  • Reel World

    published May 24, 2000

    A Thousand Pieces of Gold Music video director Kari Nevil is spending her summer vacation in the editing room -- with occasional visits... More >>

  • Reel World

    published May 17, 2000

    The Blood Oranges San Francisco native Philip Haas thrived in the '80s making mesmerizing documentaries about artists from Aboriginal... More >>

  • Reel World

    published May 10, 2000

    Tell the Truth and RunVeronica Selver shot her initial footage of KPFA on the Air back in 1991, long before the station (founded... More >>

  • Reel World

    published May 3, 2000

    Flaming CreaturesJon Moritsugu called with the welcome news that he's in production on his latest lurid low-budget feature. "It's an... More >>

  • Reel World

    published April 26, 2000

    Life Is a Serious BusinessAfter three decades and some 50 films, David Michalak just may have hit on a new genre: the epic short. His... More >>

  • Starlet O'Hara

    published April 26, 2000

    In a calculated gambit to lure movie stars (and San Francisco's social elite) to its unrepentantly un-Hollywood event, the film festival began... More >>

  • Reel World

    published April 19, 2000

    Look closely at the San Francisco International Film Festival program and you'll spot a real scandal: This might be your only chance to see Our... More >>

  • Reel World

    published April 12, 2000

    High Plains DrifterBillionaire George released the home-video versions of Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace last week... More >>

  • Reel World

    published April 5, 2000

    Field of DreamsThanks to its multiple locations, black school buses, and ubiquitous newspaper ads, the Academy of Art College is... More >>

  • Reel World

    published March 29, 2000

    Stand and Deliver"My family pioneered Spanish-language film exhibition in the U.S. three generations ago," says Lawrence Martin, with... More >>

  • Reel World

    published March 22, 2000

    Mr. Smith Goes to Washington Marina boychik Gavin Newsom is upset the UA Metro is on the block. So are you, but you don't chair the... More >>

  • Reel World

    published March 15, 2000

    You're a Big Boy NowA tale of two filmmakers: S.F. State alumna Lisanne Skyler started out in documentaries during her mid-'90s tenure... More >>

  • Reel World

    published March 8, 2000

    Tight SpotNew media gets it on with old media in Ted Bonnitt's digitally produced documentary about legendary sexploitation pioneers... More >>

  • Reel World

    published March 1, 2000

    Medium CoolIn the hard-luck, hard-life coal country of eastern Kentucky on a sunny day in 1967, local curmudgeon Hobart Ison shot... More >>

  • Reel World

    published February 23, 2000

    ClockwatchersThere may at long last be light at the end of Haiku Tunnel, Josh Kornbluth's late-'80s autobiographical monologue... More >>

  • Reel World

    published February 16, 2000

    Jesus Christ Superstar"When I was a little boy, I was scared to death of Jesus Christ." So begins King of the Jews, Jay... More >>

  • Reel World

    published February 9, 2000

    Nude HousekeepingHollywood is desperate for a villain for the next Lethal Weapon-style explosionfest, now that Nazis, Russians,... More >>

  • Reel World

    published February 2, 2000

    Tin CupGolf is a rich man's game, primarily because to create playing courses, land that's ideally suited for farming, housing, or... More >>

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