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April 3, 2000 | The Nation

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April 3, 2000

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After last year's brouhaha surrounding the presentation by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of a Lifetime Achievement Award to Elia Kazan, one member of the academy had an idea.

POLLEY-TICS: "If you're not interested in hockey or politics don't bother reading this," begins the latest missive from Canadian-born actress John Nichols

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So after the excitement fades,
We end up with the norm:
Both candidates are regulars
Who say they're for reform.

Articles

The Nation asked seven prominent members of the independent film community, including several filmmakers who released major films this year, to take the temperature of the movem

Special thanks to Alison Mann.

*Last year, I was the guest editor of The Nation's first issue devoted exclusively to Hollywood and politics.

It was, of course, predestined that the top-grossing movie of 1999 would be Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, which outstripped its closest competition by nearly $200 million to rac

The film Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop will be released in 2000...we hope.

Remember those great scenes in Blues Brothers 2000 that evoked the urban grit and soul of southside Chicago and Joliet? Well, sorry.

Books & the Arts

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The most important day in the history of American independent film was May 8, 1947, which witnessed the opening of a picture so personal--no, so heedlessly self-revelatory--that viewers today sti