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Richard Linklater the director of Fast Food Nation

16 November 2006 12:57 PM, PST | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

As different as "Fast Food Nation” is from “Dazed and Confused,” “Newton Boys,” “Before Sunset” and “School of Rock” they all have one thing in common -- Richard Linklater. Normally, a director is labeled a comedic director (Todd Phillips) or an action director (Michael Bay) yet Linklater is able to jump from drama to comedy to science-fiction (“A Scanner Darkly”). In his newest film, which will open in Chicago on Nov. 17, he takes on the fast food industry. But this isn't just about a couple of extra pounds we pack on eating fries. “Fast Food Nation” is based on the non-fiction book from Eric Schlosser and takes a look at working conditions, the food the animals eat, and a kill floor. Linklater and I sat around an enormous 20-person oval table at »

- Jeff Bayer

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Truly, Madly, Delpy

18 August 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

- Quick Links > 2 Days in Paris > Julie Delpy > Bathory > Before Sunset > Broken Flowers There are many reasons to love Julie Delpy. She’s gorgeous, talented (writer, director, actor, singer, smoker extraordinaire), and French (how can you not like that accent?). Now the Parisian artiste has given us one more reason to love her – 2 Days in Paris. No, it’s not a contest from Travelocity; it’s Deply’s new screenplay in preproduction. Deply, who received an Oscar nom in screenwriting for Before Sunset, will direct, edit, and star opposite Adam Goldberg. The film follows Marion (Deply) and Jack (Goldberg), neurotic New Yorkers, who take a 2 day vacation to try and reconnect. The stressed-out couple make a misguided attempt to re-infuse their relationship with romance in Paris -- Marion's birthplace as well as the home of several of her ex-boyfriends and high-maintenance, non-English-speaking parents. While the idea of Deply and »

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Interview: Caveh Zahedi

15 April 2006 | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

-  “You see, I used to have this sex addiction problem,” Caveh Zahedi tells us in the opening moments of his film, I am a Sex Addict. The slightly built writer/director/ star of the film is addressing the camera, speaking directly to the audience. He is dressed in a tuxedo. A glimmer of nervous excitement shines through his casual yet verbally dexterous manner. He tells us he is going to be married in a few minutes, and that this will be his third marriage. The film that follows these opening moments is the story of Caveh’s life, his relationships, his “sex addiction problem” (a compulsive desire to visit prostitutes, among other things), and how he arrived at the point in his life he is now, moments away from being married. The film is shot and edited much like a documentary. Zahedi uses animated sequences and stock footage, much like a documentary. »

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