25 NEW FACES OF INDIE FILM
Filmmaker's annual survey of new talent. Plus Sidebar: Update on 2002's 25 New Faces

THE DISEASED WORLD
Director Danny Boyle re-invents the apocalypse movie with 28 Days Later. By Kim Newman. Plus sidebar: Apocalypse Fiction Redux by Scott Macaulay.

TRUE TALES FROM THE GLOBAL CRISIS
Rory Kennedy creates a devastating portrait of a disease ravaging unchecked in her documentary Pandemic: Facing AIDS. By Barbara Kopple.

REQUIEM FOR A TEEN
With Thirteen, production designer-turned-director Catherine Hardwicke makes the ultimate teenage girl rebellion movie. By Kimberly Peirce.

THE GOOD LIFE
With American Splendor, Shari Springer Berman and Bob Pulcini realize Harvey Pekar's tales of the undefeated everyman. By Annie Nocenti.

HISTORICAL FICTION
Karim Ainouz's portrait of Madame Sata. By Ira Sachs.

MAN WITH A CAMERA
With Capturing the Friedmans, filmmaker Andrew Jarecki tells the shocking true tale of a family destroyed. By Josh Zeman.






 
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