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December 1, 2006 | Mark Olsen, Special to The Times
"You won't be able to tell the difference between us, we finish each other's sentences. You better just say it's the Quays talking. Otherwise it won't be worth the effort." Identical twins Stephen and Timothy Quay have been making films together since the 1970s. The two, born in Pennsylvania in 1947 but based for decades in Britain, have created a distinctive body of work.
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December 1, 2006 | Mark Olsen, Special to The Times
"You won't be able to tell the difference between us, we finish each other's sentences. You better just say it's the Quays talking. Otherwise it won't be worth the effort." Identical twins Stephen and Timothy Quay have been making films together since the 1970s. The two, born in Pennsylvania in 1947 but based for decades in Britain, have created a distinctive body of work.
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October 29, 1998 | CHARLES SOLOMON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
"Surreally Scary," a program of 11 international animated shorts screening Saturday at UCLA, offers viewers comic and eerie visions. With the demise of the International Tournees and the increasing focus of traveling programs on "sick and twisted" or "outrageous" films, Americans have few chances to see foreign animation of this caliber. The films range from the familiar--"The Friendly Ghost" (U.S.
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December 27, 1991 | CHARLES SOLOMON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
During the last decade, the success of animated features from the major studios, and including Disney's current hit, "Beauty and the Beast," has drawn attention away from the already neglected realm of the personal animated film. Even during the "Golden Age" of the Hollywood studios, when the animators at Disney, MGM and Warner Bros. were creating their classic films, some artists felt an animated film should be a vehicle for personal expression, rather than a group project.
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November 1, 2002 | Michael Mallory, Special to The Times
Astrange thing happens in "Frida," Julie Taymor's new film about painter Frida Kahlo, when she has a nightmare after a near-death experience. It also occurs in the middle of "Bowling for Columbine," Michael Moore's documentary salvo against America's gun culture. It happens as well in this fall's black comedy "Just a Kiss" whenever a character on screen steps into dangerous territory.
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November 5, 2006
About the list: This Sneaks list is a snapshot of films expected to open through the end of the year. Dates and other details are subject to change. Holiday Sneaks: Capsules compiled by Patrick Day and Kinsey Lowe.
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