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FILMMAKER
The Magazine Of Independent Film
General Quarterly Magazine from New York ,United States


- Devoted to independent films.
- Editor: Scott Macaulay.
- Published 4 times per year. 114 color A4 pages.
- Published by Filmmaker
- Website: www.filmmakermagazine.com

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Issue 57
September/October/November 2006


Issue 56
June/July/August 2006


Issue 55
March/April/May 2006


Issue 54
Dec/January/February 2006
BRING THAT BEAT BACK: When Dave Chappelle needed someone to film what he planned as the greatest hip-hop concert ever, he called Eternal Sunshine genius Michel Gondry. The result is not only a great concert film but also a fantastic portrait of the actor/comedian as he harnesses the healing power of music. By Matthew Ross
THE SCHIZOID MAN: Director Richard Linklater creates an animated allegory for our times with A Scanner Darkly, an adaptation of sci-fi great Philip K. Dick's darkly comic tale about drug-using undercover agents. By Scott Macaulay PLUS: The ins and outs of Scanner's postproduction.
SHOW ME LOVE: Cinematic provocateur Caveh Zahedi continues to turn his life into art with I Am a Sex Addict, a wickedly clever new autobiographical comedy. By Andrew Bujalski.
PLUS: Zahedi's self-distribution manifesto.
AGGRESSIVE TENDENCIES: In his riveting and informative new doc, Why We Fight, filmmaker Eugene Jarecki takes a revealing personality profile of America and the military-industrial complex it supports. By Matthew Ross
EIGHT HOURS ARE NOT A DAY: With Bubble, the first in a series of low-budget HD features, Steven Soderbergh reunites with his Full Frontal screenwriter Coleman Hough to explore the mysteries of wage labor. By Matthew Ross
THE WALKING DEAD: With The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Tommy Lee Jones has moved his laconic, hard-weathered persona behind the camera to tell a simple, moving story about race and class in the vanishing West. By Jason Guerrasio
ONE SHOT WONDERS: Shooting in their Belgian hometown and focusing their intense dramas on people in crisis, the Dardenne Brothers tell simple stories with big dramatic impacts. Their latest, L'Enfant, deals with illegal adoption and is their second Palme d'Or winner. By Tom Gilroy
THE WAR WITHIN: With his second feature, the challenging and sexually provocative Battle in Heaven, Jap?n director Carlos Reygadas confirms his status as one of the boldest film storytellers of his generation. By Matthew Ross
RUDE BOY: Adapting the Athol Fugard novel set among the South African underclass, Tsotsi director Gavin Hood and debuting screen actor Presley Chweneyagae have created a cinematic punch to the gut. By Matthew Ross

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