Charismatic director Joel Schumacher provides the 411 on his new real-time thriller "Phone Booth."
BETWEEN CHRIS ROCK & A HARD 'STATE'
On the campaign trail for his new comedy, comedian Chris Rock reveals the politics (studio politics) that lead him to direct the film himself in "Head of State."
2003 Oscar WINNERS (our predictions)
2002 Oscar NOMINEES (our predictions)
2002 Ideal World Oscars
2002 Golden Globe Winners
SF Critics Circle 2002 Awards
Director David Cronenberg found the 'metabolism' of his latest uncanny mind-bender "Spider" in its great performances by Ralph Fiennes and Miranda Richardson.
Director Gus Van Sant returns to his off-the-wall indie roots with experimental, existential "Gerry"
Writer-director Laetitia Colombani's romantic thriller "He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not" turns her star's angelic image on its ear.
NOYCE DELIGHTS IN DOUBLE DUTY
Director Philip Noyce enjoyed working on acclaimed "The Quiet American" and "Rabbit-Proof Fence" simultaneously.
HALF AN HOUR ABOUT 'THE HOURS'
Novelist Michael Cunningham and screenwriter David Hare share a passion for Virginia Woolf & the film that came of their in efforts, "The Hours."
SINGING (& DANCING) THE PRAISES OF 2002 CINEMA
Spectacular musical "Chicago" leads the Best Films of 2002.
SANDLER THE CZAR OF CINEMA STINKERS
Actor's crap pix "Mr. Deeds," "8 Crazy Nights" were two of the Worst Films of 2002.
SF CRIX ANNOUNCE 2002 FILM AWARDS
Group including SPLICEDwire reviewer Rob Blackwelder awards Best Picture honors to Polanski's "The Pianist" and announces other prizes.
Writer Charlie Kaufman and director Spike Jonze talk of taking liberties with fact and fiction in "Adaptation."
KEEPIN' IT SURREAL
Star/producer Salma Hayek, still enthusiastic about getting to play her heroine, Mexian painter Frida Kahlo in "Frida."
ALL AMERICA(N) GIRL
As the star of "Real Women Have Curves," 18-year-old actress America Ferrera isn't afraid of a good meal.
GUNNING FOR MICHAEL MOORE
In a confrontational interview Michael Moore, the tenacious documentary filmmaker of "Bowling for Columbine," defends his methods