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Friday, May 18, 2007
Alan Berliner is a filmmaker and an insomniac. He says he does his best work and feels most alive late at night. His new film, Wide Awake, is part-insomnia diary and part-therapy session. It airs this week on HBO. Kurt Andersen drops in on Berliner at his ...
Friday, May 04, 2007
Kurt talks with Canadian actress Sarah Polley, who has just made the leap to directing. Her first feature film, Away From Her, stars movie legend Julie Christie. Twenty-something and recently married, Polley wasn’t interested in young love; instead she based her film on a short story (by ...
Saturday, December 03, 2005
Stephen Gaghan’s new movie Syriana opens around the country next week. It might draw in moviegoers with the star power of George Clooney and Matt Damon, but what will stick is its provocative and disturbing plot — an intricate tale about the oil industry in the Middle East. Based in ...
Saturday, September 24, 2005
The hit documentary March of the Penguins has been embraced by commentators on the Christian Right, who say it celebrates faith and family values, and offers proof that "intelligent design" does exist — and global warming doesn't. Kurt wonders if the Right would be so quick to embrace the film ...
Saturday, August 20, 2005
Kurt and director Terry Gilliam continue their conversation. They discuss what it takes to balance live effects with computer-generated animation, and why Gilliam keeps making movies about characters who challenge the limits of the world in which they live.