Steve Chagollan

Marketplace

Agent provocateur

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Given the fusillade of attacks on his character since his film "Fahrenheit 9/11" won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in May, you'd think Michael Moore would have lost his sense of humor by now -- or curled…

BMI sings praises

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Performing rights org BMI trotted out its annual cavalcade of top-moneymaking songwriters, composers and publishers in the pop and film/TV realms during two consecutive nights at the Regent…

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A lenser horse race

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Mostly seduced by costume epics set against the backdrop of war, the American Society of Cinematographers instead chose an underdog, "Seabiscuit" d.p. John Schwartzman, for its top kudos at its…

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Warren Beatty

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In his 40-plus years in movies, Warren Beatty has averaged roughly one feature every two years. In an industry that requires constant visibility to retain a certain degree of heat, Beatty's career…

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Hallmarks of a master

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When musing about cinematographers who dared directors to be great, the late Conrad Hall comes first to mind. Hall, who died Jan. 4, 2003, was a three-time Oscar winner, including his posthumous…

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Goliath's revenge

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If 1996 was the year of the independent -- with such films as "Fargo," "Secrets & Lies," "Shine" and eventual winner "The English Patient" vying for the Academy's top honor -- then 2003 is shaping up…

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