Controversial films suggest a new trendJuly 1st, 2004 | Matt Dunne
Theres an old adage in the business world that you should never risk offending a client by talking about religion or politics. What to make of the film industry, then, which in recent months appears to be dispensing with that particular rule of etiquette?
After the Apocalypse’s road to completionJuly 1st, 2004 | Yasuaki Nakajima
After the Apocalypse is a black and white science fiction film shot on 16mm, about five survivors trying to cope with the "new world" following mass destruction in the wake of World War III.
Tribeca’s dizzying third year slateJuly 1st, 2004 | John Pavlus
New York City: the one place on earth that may, at least in the eyes of its own citizens, come close to being all things to all people. Dizzying variety in every direction has always been at once the draw and curse of the placeand so too has it been for the annual Tribeca Film Festival, which took over its namesake Manhattan neighborhood for the third time this May.
The Documentary Doctor suggests a middle pathJuly 1st, 2004 | Fernanda Rossi
Dear Doc Doctor:
Should I provide subtitles for the subjects in my documentary who speak Spanglish, or other "hybrid" languages in America? I heard sub-titled films are harder to distribute.