MESSING AROUND IN KAUFMAN'S 'MIND'
Charlie Kaufman, the screenwriter famous for "Being John Malkovich," and "Adaptation" talks about "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," his latest and movie about erasing memories of love lost.
SITTIN' ON THE RITZ
Yearning for some sunlight on a day of hotel-room interviews, Viggo Mortensen and SPLICEDwire sneak out onto the roof outside his Ritz-Carlton suite to talk about "Hidalgo."
2003 Oscar WINNERS (our predictions)
2003 Oscar NOMINEES (our predictions)
2003 Golden Globe Winners
SF Critics Circle 2003 Awards
Best Films of 2003
Worst Films of 2003
RESPECT FROM THERON OUT
Charlize Theron, known for her drop-dead looks, talks about taking on the role of a serial-killing "Monster" in film that proves her talent beyond a doubt.
Writer-director Patty Jenkins talks about her bold casting of Charlize Theron as serial-killer prostitute Aileen Wuornos in the brilliant, gloomy biopic "Monster."
SF CRIX ANNOUNCE 2003 FILM AWARDS
"Lost in Translation" takes top honors from group that includes SPLICEDwire.
'SINGING' FOR HIS SUPPER
Director Keith Gordon is a passionate movie buff who shuns the limelight to work on projects that enthrall him, like "The Singing Detective."
SO ELFIN' FUNNY
Star Will Ferrell and director Jon Favreau resolved to aim higher than elongated sketch comedy in "Elf," their flick about Santa's biggest, most clueless toymaker.