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New Season Begins Marking The Territory
"...by Marjorie Baumgarten One sure sign of the changing of the Texas seasons (or what passes for..."

Oct. 13, 1995 Arts Feature

'The Territory' Schedule
Keeping one eye on television and the other on pop culture.
"...The Territory airs Wednesdays on PBS at 10:30pm, beginning Feb...."

Feb. 1, 2002 Screens Column

The Territory Schedule
"..."My Grandmother Ironed the King's Shirts" (Torill Kove, Canada, 10:35 min.,..."

Oct. 20, 2000 Screens Feature

The Autumn Heart
"...sudser ought to come with its own bubble machine. The way it manufactures turmoil surpasses all known quotas and..."

Dec. 8, 2000 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Outside the Box
The evolving idea of what it means to be experimental in this oh-so-traditional world is explored by filmmakers like Garcia Crow and Schiesari in the 25th season of The Territory, a television series showcasing the best short experimental works by film and video artists from Texas and around the world
"...For an experimental film, the brave little opus called "Loaves and Fishes" may not..."

Oct. 20, 2000 Screens Feature by David Garza

The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Nicolas Cage plays a master sorcerer who selects a seemingly average guy to become his protégé and save New York City from his arch-nemesis.
"...Monica Bellucci, Alice Krige and Jake Cherry. Magic is the one thing in very short supply in this modern-day..."

July 16, 2010 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

I, the Worst of All
Based on the book The Traps of Faith by Octavio Paz, this Argentinean film takes place in 17th century “New Spain” (Mexico) as Juana Ines de la Cruz enters a nunnery to pursue her intellectual aims.
"...Luisa Bemberg. Starring: Assumpta Serna and Dominique Sanda. “Get thee to a nunnery.” Such might have been the thinking..."

Feb. 3, 1995 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Man of the House
"...Thomas, Farrah Fawcett and George Wendt. If you've seen the trailer for Man of the House, you have seen..."

March 3, 1995 Movie Review by Alison Macor

The Seagull
Chekhov's tale of Muscovite misery takes unsteady flight.
"...At one point in Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull, fatalistically romantic ingénue Nina gives artistically struggling writer..."

June 1, 2018 Movie Review by Steve Davis

Sweethearts of the Prison Rodeo
An engaging doc about the Oklahoma State Prison Rodeo.
"...Danny Liles. To him, it's about touching freedom, albeit the bucking, thrashing, wild-eyed kind you find atop an angry..."

Sept. 17, 2010 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

The Stepford Wives
Remake will quickly go from an idea that's misbegotten to a movie that's completely forgotten.
"...Directed by: Frank Oz. Starring: Nicole Kidman, Matthew Broderick, Glenn Close, Bette Midler, Christopher Walken and Roger..."

June 11, 2004 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Craft
Teen witches made high school a dark and brooding place long before vampires took over as the kings of teen cool.
"...Serna and Cliff De Young. Although Columbia is marketing the film as a kind of Clueless by way of..."

May 3, 1996 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Aleshire the Agitator
Rage, Rage Against the Dying of the Limelight
"...have computers with screen saver devices that count down the number of days until Aleshire walks out of the..."

Aug. 28, 1998 News Feature by Robert Bryce

'World Series of Poker 2008: Battle for the Bracelets'
"...Is poker still a viable game when there’s no actual money at stake – your pride maybe..."

Oct. 18, 2007 Sports Post by James Renovitch

The Sights and Sounds of Art in Sync
Ron Mann's jazz avant-garde exploration Imagine the Sound provides the perfect counterpoint to Austin Eye+Ear (which will screen Mann's film this Sunday in an E+E benefit): Both are bent on the blurring of artistic lines.
"...-- he crouches, hops forward on all fours, and then rises and urgently expels air from his pursed lips...."

May 3, 2002 Screens Feature by Will Robinson Sheff

Holiday Viewing: Remember the Night
The key to a merry Christmas is a shoplifter in the house
"...Does going home for the holidays have you fretful? Are you fearing the same..."

Dec. 18, 2017 Screens Post by Robert Faires

Cobalt Cracks the Crust
Enigmatic metallers make a rare Austin appearance
"...force in extreme metal, Colorado duo Cobalt emerged as the blackened doom-prog act behind masterpieces Eater of Birds (2007)..."

Aug. 31, 2016 Music Post by Michael Toland

Point Austin: The Ultimate Game
The political ripples are uncertain but plentiful
"...We haven't heard the end of this...."

June 24, 2011 News Column by Michael King

Page Two: The Terrible Thing
Demonization of those with whom we disagree is the most dangerous disease that can infect a constitutional republic
"...with it to shut up, be jailed, or to either vote or believe differently. "Page Two" is not a..."

Dec. 7, 2007 Column by Louis Black

Point Austin: Shoot the Messenger
The ARA strikes back
"...He's also annoyed at In Fact Daily, the Web-based city politics newsletter published by Jo Clifton, and..."

Sept. 28, 2007 News Column by Michael King

All the Hill Country's a Stage
No matter where you are in the Hill Country, you're never too far from a theatre. From Boerne to Kerrville, Marble Falls to Uvalde, community theatres are enthusiastically serving up choruses of "76 Trombones" and Odd Couples with a Lone Star twang, as well as some theatrical surprises.
"...In the Hill Country, just as you're never too far from..."

May 9, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Bringing Out the Dead
Swiss documentary maker Richard Dindo considers himself a "portraitist or biographer of those who are no longer with us." This week, he brings two films : about revolutionary Che Guevara and writer Jean Genet : to town as part of the Austin Film Society's Texas Documentary Tour.
"...Swiss documentary maker Richard Dindo has been called the "memory composer"; his films, "political cinema." He considers himself..."

Jan. 21, 2000 Screens Feature by Anne S. Lewis

Hold the Phone
The Jerky Boys Ain't Got Nothin' on Russell Miles
"...host Paul Pryor didn't have any reason to think the caller on the line at that particular moment was..."

Feb. 7, 1997 News Column by Lee Nichols

Dancing Through Uncharted Territory
Choreographic explorers Sharir & Bustamante and their 20-year expedition of discovery
"...On Sept. 23, 1806, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark returned to St. Louis after..."

May 13, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Long Dumb Road
The road may be dumb, but at least it's fun
"...When it comes to buddy comedies, The Long Dumb Road isn’t exactly forging new territory. It’s..."

Nov. 16, 2018 Movie Review by Danielle White

The Hells Angels Hit
Anthony Benesh was shot down by a sniper – the suspects, and theories, are legion
"...Just after 7pm on March 18, as the final traces of twilight dissolved into the evening sky,..."

May 19, 2006 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Unknown Territory
Writer-director John Sayles on why he returned to the border for his latest film, 'Go for Sisters'
"...once her closest friend – so close, folks said the two could "go for sisters" – to help her..."

Dec. 6, 2013 Screens Feature by Robert Faires

Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?
Morgan Spurlock of Super Size Me fame chases after the world's most wanted man and comes up empty but fulfilled.
"...Directed by: Morgan Spurlock. The last time we saw Spurlock, he was nursing a..."

April 18, 2008 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
"...Directed by: Geoff Murphy. Starring: Everett Mcgill, Morris Chestnut, Katherine Heigl, Eric Bogosian and Steven Seagal. By what justice..."

July 21, 1995 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Remembering 'Easy Rider' and 'The Last Movie'
CinemaTexas program notes
"...The following program notes were originally printed in conjunction with..."

June 4, 2010 Screens Feature

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