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Tribune movie reporterThe romance of the Sundance Film Festival is simple: It's the place where long-harbored dreams are first exposed to public view and, if favorably received, are launched into the world. Gordy Hoffman had been driving a cab in Chicago for 3 1/2 years...
Times Staff WriterJamie Strohfeldt calls it her "bat cave." Each day since the Slamdance Film Festival opened here last week in a converted silver mine high above this ski resort town, massage therapist Strohfeldt has invited frazzled, anxiety-ridden independent...
Special To The SunPARK CITY, Utah - JT Petty eats the same burrito for three days. "I'm pathologically frugal," the Severna Park filmmaker said at the Sundance Film Festival this week. "It impresses everybody but my girlfriend." But Petty might have outdone himself in...
Times Staff WriterThe question is put to Robert Redford: Are the movies being screened at the Sundance Film Festival becoming too commercial? It is a complaint heard often around this snow-dusted resort town that annually plays host to America's largest celebration of...
Times Staff WriterThe first things you notice about identical twins Alex and Andrew Smith are the few differences that they do have. Alex is the taller one, standing about 21/2 inches above 6-foot-1 Andrew, and Alex is huskier, too, by about 15 pounds on the scale. And...
Times Staff Writer"In the Bedroom," a wrenching family drama, has emerged in recent weeks from the clutter of year-end movies to become a strong contender in Hollywood's annual race for the Academy Awards. Its distributor, Miramax Films, has trumpeted the film in...
Tribune movie reporterFor nine weeks and counting, the HBO series "Project Greenlight" has been exposing the filmmaking process in a way akin to demonstrating how sausage is made: You're seeing every distasteful ingredient that goes into the final product. The show has been...
Tags: Judaism, Miramax Films, Movies, Aidan Quinn, Eddie Kaye Thomas
Tribune movie reporterDoom-and-gloom expectations have long been staples of the independent film world, but factoring in today's troublesome economy and the general post-Sept. 11 weariness, it would be logical to assume that now might be a particularly bad time for the...
Sun StaffTowson obstetrician Carol Ritter spent two decades delivering babies, earning a reputation as one of Baltimore's top woman doctors. Then she got sued three times in 10 months. Now Ritter is one of Maryland's most visible physician activists. Like...
Tags: Justice System, Malpractice, Movies, Obstetrics, Activism
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