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    FUTURE 1: Jason Kliot and Joana Vicente, Open City Films/Blow Up Pictures

    "The cinema is an invention without a future," wrote early filmmaker Louis Lumiere in 1899. More than a century later, the quote -- and its eerie foresight -- reappears as the mantra for Blow Up Pictures, the digital production arm of Open City Films.

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    INTERVIEW: Stephen Daldry Dances to Success with "Billy Elliot"

    INTERVIEW: Stephen Daldry Dances to Success with "Billy Elliot"

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    VENICE 2000: Perverse Weekend Highlights, "Teeth" and "Together," Kitano and Mosher

    VENICE 2000: Perverse Weekend Highlights, "Teeth" and "Together," Kitano and Mosher

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    REVIEW: Kitano Strives to be Different with "Kikujiro"

    REVIEW: Kitano Strives to be Different with "Kikujiro"

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    CANNES REVIEW: Ullman's "Faithless," It's Bergman

    CANNES REVIEW: Ullman's "Faithless," It's Bergman

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    ND/NF: Short Films Make it Big, Where You'll Find the Next Spike Jonze

    ND/NF: Short Films Make it Big, Where You'll Find the Next Spike Jonze

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    ROTTERDAM 2000: Japanese Pics Bloody Fest, Fukasaku and Takahashi's Yakuza Films

    ROTTERDAM 2000: Japanese Pics Bloody Fest, Fukasaku and Takahashi's Yakuza Filmsby Edward Crouse(indieWIRE/2.9.2000) -- Poor Kinji Fukasaku, his retrospective oversold in Rotterdam,expectations rode so high that he couldn't --as a modest genreprofessional -- help but pale next to recent Western re-d...

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    INTERVIEW: From "Fucking Åmål" to "Show Me Love": Scandinavian Smash Comes To America

    INTERVIEW: From "Fucking Åmål" to "Show Me Love": Scandinavian Smash Comes To America

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    INTERVIEW: Reed Paget Risks Life and Film with "Amerikan Passport"

    INTERVIEW: Reed Paget Risks Life and Film with "Amerikan Passport"

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    BIZ: "The Red Violin" Plays Passionately, without Resonance

    BIZ: "The Red Violin" Plays Passionately, without Resonance

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