“Delivery” Strikes Twice

German filmmaker Till Nowak (middle) seemed delighted if not a bit embarrassed at winning both the audience and jury prizes in the short film category for his film “Delivery” at the recently concluded AFI Fest in Los Angeles. The director said the prize...

“Pride & Prejudice,” “Capote,”

“Brokeback Mountain” (and more), and Why Audiences Matter by Eugene Hernandez (November 17, 2005) Prior to the release of Joe Wright’s “Pride & Prejudice” in the U.K. two months ago, the film’s producers, Working Title, decided...

“Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic”

is a Box office Rapture by Brian Brooks (November 15, 2005) Roadside Attractions laughed all the way to the box office with the release of “Sarah Silverman: Jesus is Magic,” which opened on limited screens, capturing the premiere position on the indieWIRE...

French Actress Takes New York by Storm

Isabelle Huppert is certainly brave. The 52-year-old French film star has just made her New York stage debut in a play written by the late British playwright, Sarah Kane. But perhaps what these theatregoers loved was the sheer proximity to her. New York it seems, is...