Quincy Rose bookends his first feature with scenes of himself jogging through dark L.A. streets, Miles to Go before he sleeps. Exhausting nocturnal runs are part of a routine that stymied writer Miles (Rose) adopted after breaking up with his ideal girlfriend, Julia (Jen McPherson).
The shiny, commercial face of animation – those big-budget, family-oriented, computer-generated spectacles – represents only a small part of the picture. Much of animation’s creative spark comes from the underground, where art is made for art’s sake and the brothers Quay are heroes. Twins Stephen
The portrait of Louise Bourgeois that emerges from The Spider, The Mistress, and The Tangerine is of an artist who’s waited a long time for recognition, but is in no way ready to rest on her laurels. Now 96, the French-born sculptor has a major