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Mike deGruy Award-winning nature cinematographer Mike deGruy, 60, an award-winning marine scientist and nature cinematographer best known for documentaries featuring underwater footage that brought viewers up close to sea creatures, plants and...
The Big Picture- I usually try to avoid getting into dust-ups with critics writing in my own newspaper, but I can't avoid coming to the late Robert Altman's defense after reading Richard Schickel's nasty, dismissive review of "Robert Altman: The Oral Biography"......
"I Am Divine," a documentary on the life and career of Baltimore's favorite home-grown drag queen, was to make its debut Saturday night at the South by Southwest arts festival in Austin, Texas. Director Jeffrey Schwarz, interviewed for SXSW's online...
Jake Johannsen Tonight & Tomorrow Zanies – Chicago 312-337-4027 And… Saturday Zanies – Rosemont 847-813-0484 www.zanies.com With a subtle and intelligent comedic style, Jake Johannsen is quickly becoming one of the most...
VarietyEven 30 or so years ago, when Moonstone Entertainment founder Ernst "Etchie" Stroh was in the Israeli music business, he was apparently so nice about saying "No," people thought he was saying "Yes." "I remember this one fellow who came in with a project...
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Chicago Tribune Movie Writer3 stars (out of 4) "The Secret Lives of Dentists" is a strange title for what turns out to be one of filmmaker Alan Rudolph's less strange movies. The name might suggest kinky happenings involving drills, masks and laughing gas, but what you get is a...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday December 30, 1998 Willard Carroll's "Playing by Heart" is a fine example of the traditional-style, multicharacter love story featuring an all-star ensemble cast, beautifully headed in this case by Gena Rowlands and Sean Connery. In...
Times Staff WriterFor years, writer-director Alan Rudolph had wanted to film Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s "Breakfast of Champions," a dark, satirical comedy of middle-aged, Middle American angst, and Bruce Willis finally made his dream come true by signing on both as star and, in...
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TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday June 28, 2000 Alan Rudolph aptly describes "Trixie," his latest ensemble piece, as "screwball noir." In the title role, Emily Watson plays a drugstore security guard who dreams of becoming a private detective and who never met a metaphor...
Here's a little secret about the Sundance Film Festival: Most of the movies aren't that great. This isn't a revelation to anyone who's attended this -- or most other -- festivals, and it really shouldn't come as a surprise: Given that Sundance's focus is...
For most Hollywood directors, doing DVD commentaries is one of the great perks of the job. After all, how often do you get, in effect, to direct your movie a second time, guiding the audience through all the clever authorial touches they might have missed...
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