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Culture, The Exhibitionist Dating the World's Most Famous Photographer: Paul H-O's <i>Guest of Cindy Sherman</i>

Dating the World's Most Famous Photographer: Paul H-O's Guest of Cindy Sherman

Probably not coincidentally to the ongoing Cindy Sherman exhibit at SFMOMA, the feature this past Friday night at Oddball Film + Video was the documentary Guest of Cindy Sherman, directed by Paul H-O and Tom Donahue. Though Oddball is SF…
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Film, "Miral": Julian Schnabel's Newest Has Plenty of Style, Little Substance

"Miral": Julian Schnabel's Newest Has Plenty of Style, Little Substance

A U.N. premiere! A Vanessa Redgrave cameo! Zionist hoodlums! Distributors the Weinstein Company and director Julian Schnabel overcome their well-documented aversion to media attention to address the Israel-Palestine question, pleading peace, compromise, and the creation of a self-governing Palestinian state.…
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Film, Eye of the Beholder

Eye of the Beholder

At this year's Cannes Film Festival, the American painter turned filmmaker Julian Schnabel (Basquiat, Before Night Falls) won the jury's Best Director award for The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, his French-language adaptation of the best-selling memoir by the late…
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Music, All Shook Down 34th Telluride Film Festival Day Two: Greil Marcus and writing with one eye

34th Telluride Film Festival Day Two: Greil Marcus and writing with one eye

SF Weekly's Meredith Brody brings us news from Telluride regarding Bob Dylan, Sad Rock Docs, and Narcissism. Thanks, Mer. -d2 Another anecdote from the previous day: as I wait in the Denver airport for the Telluride charter flight: a young…
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Film,

Palm d'Hoberman

Cannes, France — Sometimes the competition is actually competitive. No one disputes that the official section at the 60th Cannes Film Festival has been the strongest in recent memory. The heavy favorites are the Coen brothers' No Country for Old…
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Cannes d'Awards

Cannes, France — The 60th Cannes Film Festival was a generous one — and so was its jury, bestowing the Palme d'Or on the least heralded, most critically acclaimed movie in an unusually strong competition, namely Romanian director Cristian Mungiu's…
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Film, Reel World

Reel World

Vertigo As a public service for those planning 2001 vacations and/or action-figure purchases, here are the scheduled opening dates for several locally connected megamovies certain to bombard you (and, probably, to show up in Happy Meals). Monkeybone, Bay Area director…
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Music,

Luv Story

To paraphrase Dwight Okita, a poet I'm fond of, an artist's greatest responsibility is to constantly diversify, branch out, and evolve. But now that we're in the latter half of the '90s, I wonder if this decade is going to…
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