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The Image Formed
Short Highlights
"...of a mysterious incident. "Nothing to Do With Amy," Woody Allen-esque in its sardonic humor and tragedy, portrays a..."

Oct. 20, 2006 Screens Feature by Sofia Resnick

Double Life
Director Douglas McGrath on the other critically acclaimed Truman Capote biopic, 'Infamous'
"...Much has been written on the unusual challenges the Austin-shot Infamous faces. It follows the success of..."

Oct. 20, 2006 Screens Feature by Liz Welch Tirrell

What Is This Miracle Called Movie Music?
Making movie-music magic 'Infamous'
" its early days, and is a member of Woody Allen's stable of actors. His low-budget production had run..."

Oct. 20, 2006 Screens Feature by Mark Rubin

The Dick Cavett Show: Comic Legends
"...sequence that totters over into the surreal, a tousle-headed Woody Allen reluctantly acquiesces to a push-up contest with his..."

March 24, 2006 Screens Review by Steve Uhler

Film News
Burnt Orange has been living in a cave, while Texas looks to be trending toward Santos; plus, 'Ape Shit,' 'Chainsaw,' and 'The Breakdance Kid'
"...for the film, described as in the vein of Woody Allen's early comedies like Bananas. Pfeiffer just saw a..."

Oct. 21, 2005 Screens Column by Joe O'Connell

Following 'Suit'
'Zoot Suit' revival, symposium track the impact of Luis Valdez's powerful play then and now
"...U.S. Latino arts and culture (Sundays, 9:30pm, PBS). "When Woody Allen stops writing about Jews in New York City,..."

Sept. 17, 2004 Arts Feature by Belinda Acosta

Dark Side of the Potterverse
Brad Neely's 'Wizard People, Dear Readers' and the volatility of artistic alchemy
"...through just about everything by Shakespeare and on through Woody Allen's What's Up Tiger Lily?, René Vienet's situationist classic..."

July 23, 2004 Screens Feature by Spencer Parsons

SCTV Network 90: Volume 1
"...I'm rolling on the floor at Bob Hope in Woody Allen's Play It Again, Bob, and he's politely waiting..."

June 25, 2004 Screens Review by Nick Barbaro

Rocks Off
SXSW 04 encore: Saturday showcases and more
"...of late, appearing in Steve Buscemi's Trees Lounge and Woody Allen's Shadows and Fog among others. Where she's really..."

March 26, 2004 Music Feature by Marc Savlov

The Man Who Was Too Loud
Josh Frank's The Man Who Was Too Loud pays tribute to Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers with some fantastic covers of the band's music, but the portrayal of Richman as a dramatic character is so far off target that the show smacks of a vain attempt at cool.
"...Sadly, Frank plays Richman as an over-analytical, almost nebbishy Woody Allen-type -- not the elegant bandleader and dancing showman..."

Oct. 3, 2003 Arts Review by Kate X Messer

Short Cuts
New Line has no doubt about Tim McCanlies' Secondhand Lions, and Guillermo Del Toro wraps up Hellboy in Prague.
" of confidence. That puts McCanlies' coming-of-age fantasy against Woody Allen's latest and the vampire epic Underworld, among other..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Screens Column by Marc Savlov

Book Review
"Between its title and proximate April Fools' Day release, the casual observer might assume Gerald Nachman's Seriously Funny is some sort of joke book," writes Ken Lieck. "However, its subtitle and subject offer the advanced student of dry humor the opportunity to quip that no, it is the anti-joke book!"
"...a rabid grizzly, and so was born Robin Williams; Woody Allen begat Albert Brooks and taught the U.S. male..."

April 18, 2003 Books Feature by Ken Lieck

Austin soldiers on beyond SXSW with hot rods, SPAM, and puking
"...Li'l Cap'n Travis and entertains before a screening of Woody Allen's Manhattan April 24 at Jo's Hot Coffee. Further..."

April 4, 2003 Music Column by Christopher Gray

SXSW Picks and Sleepers
Picks & Sleepers
"...or Jay Farrar at the bottom of his. 2001's Woody Allen Stunt Footage was as fine a batch of..."

March 7, 2003 Music Feature

Beyond Therapy
By billing it as a "neurotic" comedy, Naughty Austin seems to position Beyond Therapy in the Woody Allen movie genre, and its production best compares to the filmmaker's late career efforts -- one that he seemingly wrote during a spare hour in a psychiatrist's waiting room
"...Theatre Company seems to position Beyond Therapy in the Woody Allen movie genre. This production would best compare to..."

Sept. 13, 2002 Arts Review by Rob Curran

Mouthing Off
Lowell Bartholomee has a lot to say, and he says it in plays that blaze like a Klieg instrument throwing gritty metrosphere of modern life into stark relief -- stark comic relief.
"...laugh," says Bartholomee, who often does. "Contrary to what Woody Allen says, I think that one of the greatest..."

July 26, 2002 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Happy Trails to You
Writer-director Jill Sprecher journeys toward enlightenment in "Thirteen Conversations About One Thing"
"...move to Manhattan," says Sprecher. "I loved to see Woody Allen movies, and I loved the image of Manhattan..."

July 5, 2002 Screens Feature by Piet Levy

Short Cuts
Congratulations to J.C. Rieser and Shea Warton, two area students handpicked to attend the AFF's Kids 'N Film Summer Camp.
"..."Why Spike Lee Doesn't Make Good Movies Anymore" and "Woody Allen: Dude, You're Like, So Old"). The AFF summer..."

June 21, 2002 Screens Column by Marc Savlov

Austin foley artist Buzz Moran strips the sound out of a forgotten kung fu flick and redubs it live at the Drafthouse. The result? Something to chop about it.
"...Kung Fu Masterpiece Theater's closest comparable antecedent may be Woody Allen's 1966 Japanese spy spoof What's Up, Tiger Lily?,..."

May 17, 2002 Screens Feature by Will Robinson Sheff

New In Paperback
" win an Oscar for playing a hooker (in Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite). The notable distinction about Oscar Fever,..."

March 22, 2002 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Page Two
Judging resigning City Manager Jesus Garza's performance in a difficult job will take some time; XLent's recent cover controversy brings back memories and reminds us how cool talk radio is; screwball comedies were the funniest movies ever, and the Austin Film Society is showing eight of them in the next two months.
"...Tenenbaums, and neither of those is nearly as sophisticated. Woody Allen at his absolute best comes close, but Lubitsch..."

Jan. 11, 2002 Column by Louis Black

Mr. Smarty Pants
Cheer in a handful of trivia
" story starring a cast of geometric shapes and Woody Allen...."

Oct. 19, 2001 Column by Mr. Smarty Pants

Stirred up by the arts, sounding off on local TV
"...DeNiro, Sly Stallone, Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Sidney Pollack, and Sidney Lumet, to name a..."

July 20, 2001 Column

Summer Film Calendar
Your month-to-month guide to summer film
" Fedoras. Helen Hunt and Dan Aykroyd star in Woody Allen's latest, about a jewel heist in the Forties...."

May 25, 2001 Screens Feature by Kimberley Jones

Mike Nicolai Woody Allen Stunt Footage (Garage D'or)
"...Mike NicolaiWoody Allen Stunt Footage (Garage D'or) This absolutely has to..."

April 13, 2001 Music Review by Christopher Hess

TV Eye
Why is it that female protagonists on network TV always need a man?
"...the top of her relationship hierarchy is refreshing and challenging...."

Feb. 23, 2001 Screens Column by Belinda Acosta

Something Weird
How Tim League discovered 110 drive-in films in an East Prairie warehouse and other stories of disappearing celluloid.
"...restoration and preservation. Filmmakers like Martin Scorsese, Clint Eastwood, Woody Allen, Francis Ford Coppola, Sydney Pollack, and George Lucas..."

Feb. 16, 2001 Screens Feature by Jerry Renshaw

Dancing About Architecture
The Austin Music Awards lineup starts to trickle out.
"...T. Judd... Album title of the week goes to Woody Allen Stunt Footage, due in stores next week from..."

Feb. 2, 2001 Music Column by Ken Lieck

Upcoming changes in the Books section, radio drama in Austin, and Clay Smith's revelation about that everyone else knew about already.
" it, had an image and brief description of Woody Allen's Standup Comic and of course a convenient link..."

Dec. 29, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

She's Gotta Have It, Pi
"...that is far removed from the Manhattan neurotics of Woody Allen's world. Lee pays careful attention to every detail..."

Nov. 10, 2000 Screens Review by Sarah Hepola

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