Steven Gaydos

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Review: 'Blue Heaven'

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A warm, generally engaging first feature by young Slovak director Eva Borusovicova, "Blue Heaven" analyzes the relationships among a mother, daughter and grandmother living in the lovely Slovak…

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Review: 'The Unseen'

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For reasons both historical and artistic, the short Czech feature doc "The Unseen" is something of a small wonder. Ostensibly about an unorthodox program that teaches photography to blind children…

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Review: 'The Unseen'

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For reasons both historical and artistic, the short Czech feature doc "The Unseen" is something of a small wonder. Ostensibly about an unorthodox program that teaches photography to blind children…

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Review: 'Jugofilm'

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An insightful focus on a family of Yugoslavian immigrants in early-'90s Vienna attempting to outrun the holocaust back home, "Jugofilm" is a first-rate addition to the growing crop of films that have…

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Review: 'Forgotten Light'

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Aquantum leap forward from director Vladimir Michalek's last film, an unfulfilled adaptation of Franz Kafka's "Amerika," "Forgotten Light" is an accomplished interpretation and updating of a '30s-era…

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Indie film's forefathers

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AMERICAN INTL. PICTURES Samuel Z. Arkoff: With his partner, James Nicholson, Arkoff founded AIP in 1954. Perhaps no one is better known as the progenitor of the indie action pictures and exploitation…

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