Steven Gaydos

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Review: 'Jugofilm'

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Safely ensconced in Vienna, the Serbian immigrant family of young Milan (Michi Jovanovic) seems far removed from the conflicts keeping them from returning home. The dangers of the war are clear to…

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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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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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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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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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