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3 February 2004 : Robert Alstead

A review of The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing Film by Michael Ondaatje

2 February 2004 : Paul Fischer

For New Zealander Keisha Castle-Hughes, a potential Oscar nomination was the furthest thing from her mind when she attended last year’s Sundance Film Festival. Come Oscar night, her ambition to be a science teacher may fall through.

27 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

There's no doubting Oscar's effect on us.The Oscars mean...

Studios hold back their best until the Academy Awards draw close.

27 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

Lord of the Rings joined Ben Hur and Titanic in the record books by winning 11 Oscars out of a possible 11, at the 2004 Academy Awards. (Oscar winners are in italics.)

26 January 2004 : Paul Fischer

Julia Roberts says no to Cock, yes to romance, but first you’ll see her in women’s lib drama Mona Lisa Smile.

20 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

To generate publicity for your documentary it doesn’t hurt to stick your neck - or stomach - out. At least, not too far...

19 January 2004 : Paul Fischer

Albert Finney, star of Tim Burton's Big Fish, shares insights into a career spanning four decades.

14 January 2004 : Paul Fischer

Star of John Woo’s Paycheck and Tarantino’s Kill Bill accepts life is give and take.

13 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

Three filmmakers share insights into the process of developing a documentary.

6 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

Let maverick film instructor Dov S-S Simens take you to filmmaking bootcamp with his book, From Reel to Deal - Everything You Need to Create a Successful Independent Film

5 January 2004 : Robert Alstead

More of the same?

30 December 2003 : Robert Alstead

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