Fall 2007 Table Of Contents
Amir Bar-Lev got more than he bargained for when he followed child painter Marla Olmstead and her family for a year in the riveting documentary My Kid Could Paint That. By Jason Guerrasio
PRAY FOR ROCK 'N' ROLL
See the Fall '07 issue where Jason Guerrasio sits down with John Sayles to discuss the future of filmmaking and the challenges of making his latest film Honeydripper. PLUS Reaching Out: 10 years of grassroots casting for John Sayles. By Lizzie Martinez.
Anthony Hopkins blurs fantasy and reality in the disorienting Slipstream. By Scott Macaulay
THE JIGSAW MAN
Todd Haynes examines the life and mythology of Bob Dylan in I'm Not There.
Ryan Gosling chats with screenwriter Oren Moverman about his latest achievements, I'm Not There and Married Life, along with the unique collaberative relationships he has with his directors.
Nine years after making Slums of Beverly Hills, Tamara Jenkins returns to feature films with a comical but highliy emotional look inside one family's turbulent relationship with The Savages. By Ray Pride
THE LAST DRAFT
Justin Lowe talks to Andrew Wagner about his sophmore effort, the deeply resonant drama Starting Out In The Evening.
THE INSIDE MAN
In The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, Julian Schnabel makes Jean-Dominiqie Bauby's best-selling memoir into a funny, moving and wise contemplation of morality and the artist. By Scott Macaulay
SOMETHING MUST BREAK
Joy Division frontman Ian Curtis is put under the microscope in Anton Corbijn's debut feature Control. By Nick Dawson
MY SUPER SWEET 16
Jason Reitman delves into teen pregnancy (with a little help from first-time screenwriter Diablo Cody) in his follow up to Thank You for Smoking, Juno. By Lisa Y. Garibay