Sarah Hepola

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Raiders!
Raiders!
What if you remade a Hollywood blockbuster in your mom's basement?

Screens, March 12, 2015

150 Confessionalists Walk Into a Room
JournalCon comes to Austin

Books, Oct. 24, 2003

Hollywood Is Calling
Hollywood Is Calling
Celebrities on Your Cell

Screens, Aug. 15, 2003

Hopelessly Devoted to 'Grease'
Hopelessly Devoted to 'Grease'
Why, 25 years later, audiences keep coming back for more

Screens, July 25, 2003

Seeking Levity
Seeking Levity
For his directorial debut, screenwriter Ed Solomon made a dramatic change

Screens, July 11, 2003

Revew: Spellbound
Spellbound
This multi-award-winning documentary captures the suspense of the spelling bee in all its drama.

Movie Review, June 13, 2003

Summer Reading 2003
Summer Reading 2003
Summer Reading 2003: Augusten Burroughs' follow-up memoir to his bestselling Running With Scissors

Books, June 6, 2003

'Lost Ark,' Resurrected
'Lost Ark,' Resurrected
Three kids on a seven-year shoot produce one heck of an homage

Screens, May 30, 2003

The Gong Show
Wooing, wowing, and grossing out the crowd at open screen night

Screens, May 16, 2003

'Ears & Feet'
Utilizing technology to combine dance and computerized music has come a long way since the Eighties, as can be seen in the 2003 edition of EARS & Feet, the annual UT College of Fine Arts program that pairs student composers with student choreographers to collaborate on a piece.

Arts, May 2, 2003

Putting a Name to a Face
Putting a Name to a Face
Honoring character actor Stephen Tobolowsky at Dallas' USA Film Festival

Screens, May 2, 2003

Speaking of Dance
Speaking of Dance
Kathy Dunn Hamrick's response to reviews of dance is 'Say what?'

Arts, April 25, 2003

Talking the Talk
Talking the Talk
In her one-woman show, Angela Kariotis tells her own story in her own way

Arts, April 11, 2003

In Person
In Person
Malcolm Gladwell at UT's Union Ballroom, Tuesday, April 1

Books, April 11, 2003

Rise Above: the Tribe 8 Documentary
Film Reviews

Screens, March 21, 2003

MAMA/M.A.M.A.

Screens, March 14, 2003

Why I Dig Working in the Cultural Gutter

Screens, March 14, 2003

People Whose Lives Have Been Changed by the Web
SXSW 2000 Interactive Festival

Screens, March 14, 2003

Melvin Goes to Dinner

Screens, March 14, 2003

Cinemania

Screens, March 14, 2003

In the Mood for Love
In the Mood for Love
Alex Holdridge and 'Sexless'

Screens, March 14, 2003

Life, Death, and Dance
Life, Death, and Dance
Robert Duvall and Luciana Pedraza come to Texas to Talk 'Assassination Tango'

Screens, March 14, 2003

"Inside/Outside: Work by Texas Women Photographers"
Women & Their Work, through March 29

Arts, March 7, 2003

Women's Work Is Never Done
Women's Work Is Never Done
An Oral History of Women & Their Work's First Quarter-Century

Arts, March 7, 2003

What Lies Beneath
What Lies Beneath
John Cusack talks about putting a human face on Hitler in 'Max'

Screens, Feb. 21, 2003

My Funny Valentine
Local Arts Reviews

Arts, Feb. 21, 2003

A Shared Love of Dance
A Shared Love of Dance
Tapestry's new dancers work together like old friends

Arts, Feb. 14, 2003

Double Bogey
Double Bogey
How Rhys Southan, Sara Rimensnyder, and their cheeky "golf project" wound up on the wrong side of the law

Screens, Feb. 14, 2003

The Post-Neanderthal Diet
Local Arts Reviews

Arts, Feb. 7, 2003

FronteraFest
FronteraFest
"Best of the Week Two"

Arts, Jan. 31, 2003

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