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October 12, 1997 | Steve Hochman
The last time you saw Dee Snider, he was probably in Grand Guignol makeup with the '80s band Twisted Sister. Next time you see him, he'll be made up for film cameras, starring as a psychopath in "StrangeLand," which he also wrote and is producing with the Shooting Gallery company (which did "Sling Blade"). New York native Snider, 42, is getting a crash course in moviemaking with the $1.5-million project. * AN OUTSIDER'S ADVICE: "Aim higher, Hollywood!
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August 26, 2003 | Andre Chautard, Special to The Times
Sundance Film Festival founder Robert Redford says many outstanding independent films screen at Sundance each year that receive only extremely limited distribution -- or none at all -- because they are not easily marketable. "There are films out there that are absolutely worth seeing," he says.
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September 23, 2001 | RACHEL ABRAMOWITZ, Rachel Abramowitz is a Times staff writer. Times staff writer Corie Brown also contributed to this story
Last year's Shooting Gallery Christmas party should have been a festive occasion. The spot was the white-hot New York disco Centro-Fly, a blinding Op Art fantasy in black and white, and the company, a brash band of testosterone-fueled New Yorkers, appeared to be riding a hit.
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