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September 26, 2005
Brooklyn Boy: Noah Baumbach

The real achievement of Woody Allen was that he was making movies that felt very peronal. People like me imitated him exactly, rather than taking what was most important and writing stuff that was personal, funny, and dramatic.

September 26, 2005
The Tip Sheet From Toronto

From gay cowboys to chick lit done right.

September 26, 2005
Clarification

Indie satire or swimsuit model?

September 5, 2005
Influences: Terry Gilliam

"I like movies, but it wasn't the obsession. It may have played to my benefit because I can fool myself and think I'm original."

September 5, 2005
Avenue A-Lister

True believer Rosario Dawson is the queen of the East Village. So why’s she moving to California?

August 22, 2005
The Autumn of André 3000

Is the OutKast star ditching his wigs and jodhpurs?

August 15, 2005
Overheard: What the Audience Really Thought about 'The Aristocrats'

"I was sort of disappointed that Robin Williams didn’t do his version. But it was funny. It makes me want to go home and fuck my cat."

August 8, 2005
New York Brand: Gregory La Cava

The world is greased with banana oil,” he enthuses. “The people want excitement, sensation, baloney, and we’ve got to give it to ’em!” Gregory La Cava, who died at the age of 59, certainly poured a fine brand of banana oil over his movies.

August 8, 2005
Debut Director: Phil Morrison

"So often, I feel like a movie is a good experience for people because they're flattered by it - they think, 'Wow, I am Great.'"

July 25, 2005
You Might Be a Redneck (Or a Zombie) If . . .

A guide to the horror glut.

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