Hunters become the hunted in Ti West's smartly compact and radical survival thriller, "Trigger Man." West's pic grafts anti-narrative cinema conventions -- sustained real-time shooting and disdain…
Juan J. Campanella
On the confines of a stage, Tony Piccirillo's "The 24th Day" brutally demonstrated how the AIDS crisis spread two diseases -- the virus itself, and the fear surrounding it. The theater's confinement…
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"Wake Up, Love" is a remarkable gem from Argentina that could find receptive audiences Stateside with savvy marketing from a specialized distributor. This story of a bevy of fortysomethings in Buenos…
The dazzlingly produced film-noir series "Fallen Angels" chalked up a record 12 CableAce award nominations, catapulting Showtime to 54 overall, its best total ever.
The name may be different, but the results are virtually the same. Home Box Office once again dominated the nominations for the 14th annual CableAce Awards, earning 104 of the 376 bids for the cable…
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