Count On Solid British Presence


With Michael Winterbottom’s eagerly awaited “Butterfly Kiss” in competition and Peter Chelsom’s comedy “Funny Bones” (a Sundance preem) leading the trio in Panorama, Brit filmmaking is solidly repped…

Buy The Numbers


The conventional wisdom on Broadway used to be: Stick with the standard playing schedule, and don’t confuse the customers. No more. For several years now, producers have been willing to drop one…

A Milos Mishap


Though Milos Forman won’t direct Harrison Ford in a remake of “Dodsworth” until 1996, Forman will now have plenty of time to perfect the script being done by Alfred Uhry (“Driving Miss Daisy”)…

Directors With Seasoning


“Veteran helmers” is the Hollywood euphemism for those enfants terribles who are neither enfants nor terribles any longer. They never quite made it to the A list, but their fees are high, they’re not…

Scene Changes


Already, some plans for springtime on Broadway that looked firm a week ago have changed. Key among them was the decision by producer Robert Whitehead to have Terrence McNally’s “Master Class” add two…

Major Sundance Fest Winners


“The Brothers McMullen” and “Crumb” were named best dramatic and best documentary feature, respectively, at the Sundance Film Festival. “Living in Oblivion” won the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award…

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