Some online reviews of movies from the Fifth FFF
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Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith
Almost a Love Story
Julia Sweeney's "God Said 'Ha!'" website
Jews, Movies and the American Dream
(released as The Merry War)
and My Matchmaker
Menu: The Last Days at Chasens
Opposite of Sex
(released as Monument Ave.)
Cinemanias Vertigo vortex
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A selection of scenic (and some not-so-scenic) images from the cinematic/aquatic event
Fifth FFF coverage online:
Eberts FFF dispatches
Jim Emersons Microsoft Cinemania report
Unfortunately, Bruce and Rita's FFF coverage
is no longer available electronically.
FFF critics' other reviews online:
Clockwise from upper left: Programmers Richard Corliss, Mary Corliss and Jim
Emerson, Chaz Ebert, programmer Roger Ebert, festival director Hannah Fisher.
Roger Ebert at the Chicago Sun-Times
or CompuServe on the web
Kathleen Carroll at Film Scouts
Richard Corliss at Time Magazine
Jim Emerson at Jeeems CinePad
Bruce Kirkland at the Toronto Sun
Rita Zekas at the Toronto Star
The John McDermott Web Page
Touring schedule, fan club info, everything you didn't already know and more about the
FFF's favorite tenor!
Corliss does Merman!
First he took Manhattan, then he took Berlin! Here are FFF programmer Richard Corliss's
special FFFloating lyrics to "There's No Business Like Show Business." Sing
along, won't you?