Steven Kotler

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Gustin Nash

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Gustin Nash's life seems to be governed by a series of decisions inspired by showbiz. " 'Pulp Fiction' was the movie that did it for me," says Nash. "By the time I walked out of the theater I had…

Marketplace

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Jon Zack

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For an up-and-coming screenwriter, Jon Zack's load is heavy: an update on classic TV spoof series "Get Smart" for Mosaic Media and Warners; "Seniors," a comedy about a perpetual college student and…

Time for their close-ups

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When it comes to the world of international sales, nothing comes easy. "Go to Cannes and count the international sales companies: there are about 250 of them," says Katapult Film Sales topper Thomas…

A gathering of minds

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Depending on how you look at it, 2004 represented a watershed year for the gay community. Every major entertainment company now has a division aimed at the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT)…

Vidal and Condon

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The Conversations: In a year of war and red-state cultural mores, filmmakers and their creative counterparts meet to discuss the "bigger picture" as it relates to motion pictures.

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Michael Mann

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Michael Mann began "Collateral" with a directorial challenge. He wanted to know if it was possible to collapse an entire human life into a 10-hour narrative frame and them collapse that frame into a…

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Two of a kind

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"The Passion of the Christ" and "Fahrenheit 9/11" were two of the most profitable films of the year. Along the way, these films' directors, Mel Gibson and Michael Moore, have been treated as both…

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