Steve Chagollan

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The Sea Inside

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Described by Variety as an "almost unbearably poignant tour de force about a quadriplegic's desire to die with dignity," "The Sea Inside" compensates for its grim subject matter with an artistry…

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Million Dollar Baby

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Despite a high-concept, upbeat-sounding title, "Million Dollar Baby" is not a turn toward lighter fare for Clint Eastwood after last year's murder drama "Mystic River," at least according to early…

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Being Julia

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The proposition is a tricky one: playing a 1930s stage diva whom the audience can never be quite sure is acting or acting out. To be sure, Julia Lambert -- essayed by Annette Bening in the grand…

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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