John Calhoun

The Comic Art of Sin City 
Sin City takes the graphic novel-to-film transition to a new level
A Twist Of Lemony 
Perhaps the target audience won't care, but Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events sets a new record: the most dimmers used on a single rig
Conventional Wisdom 
For those involved in its production, a national political convention may come under the heading of televised event programming, but it is event programming
Mummy Dearest 
That big bad mummy Imhotep is now making his nasty presence felt at both Universal Orlando and Universal Studios Hollywood, and doing his best to provide
Lounge Act: The Terminal Set 
With its uneasy combination of consumerism and security, the airport terminal can easily operate as a metaphor for contemporary society. The possibilities
19th-Century Impersonations: Cold Mountain and The Last Samurai 
Two of 2003's most prominent year-end movie releases are mid-19th-century stories very firmly rooted in place. Yet The Last Samurai, which is set in Japan
The Good Life 
Copia: The American Center for Wine, Food, and the Arts, which opened in November 2001 on a scenic bend in the Napa River in Napa, CA, is no simple cultural
At the Copa 
A Manhattan icon returns for one more dance
School of Lighting 
Ted Ferreira gets a crash course in lighting the complex architecture of Frank Gehry
Live from New York 
CNN hits the streets with a new studio
Imitation of Life 
Designers Mark Friedberg and Sandy Powell recreate 1950s suburbia to help director Todd Haynes pay homage to Douglas Sirk with Far from Heaven
Bad Boyos 
Dante Ferretti raises Gangs of New York's mean streets at Cinecitta Studios
Cell Block Tango 
Jules Fisher, Peggy Eisenhauer, and Dion Beebe capture the Broadway rhythm of Chicago
New York Film Festival 
From About Schmidt to Vendredi Soir
Paris Match 
Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin bring their unique collaborative process to Broadway with La Bohème
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