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This Month's Issue:
Ben Stiller talks about how his acting
career helps him as a director,
why he wouldn't make
"Zoolander" without Owen Wilson, and
why he believes
America is ready to sympathize with a weak-minded male
A movie's overall visual feel is not always
of its director and cinematographer;
the look of a film's sets and props
responsibility of a
to realize a filmmaker's vision.
What's hot according to buyers and critics.
Cinema owners who joined up.
Movies ranked by grosses.
Coming movies ordered by date of bow.
Why films are classified as they are.
A calendar of industry happenings.
the President's Desk
John Fithian tackles an unusual number of topics, and momentarily adopts
a new writing style.
MJR launches a Michigan 16-plex, Wallace invades Arizona, and Landmark
gets its new film buyer from Paramount Classics.
Michael Karagosian looks at the traditional
roles of standards committees and how we may see digital standards evolve.
Chile prepares to end decades of censorship, a
Mexican city bans adults from kid films, and the Sniffman is invented.
Early autumn brings new films from Peter Chelsom, Andrew Davis, Barry
Levinson, Richard Linklater, Penny Marshall and more.
Belinda Judson ofers a look at the benefits of having someone in place
to run one's regional association.
Marky Mark and the Monkey Bunch reveal their new projects, in brief.
braces for the expected autumn release of the next FTC report on media
Dr. Armond Aserinsky
discusses how differences in viewing environment affect one's appreciation
of filmed entertainment.
Tax code revisions, video game ratings,
and illegal videotaping are among the hot topics in the Mid-States legislatures.
Virginia exhibitor Mark O'Meara reveals that his favorite filmakers
hail from Minnesota.