Sorry, I've been working on another film of ours and have been neglectful to the internet. Due to the many request, here are the new dates for Fireworks (Hana-Bi). New York (Film Forum) ends June 9 Chico, CA (Pageant Theater, ends June 3) Austin, TX (Village Theater, ends June 4) Baltimore, MD (Charles Theater, ends June 4) Tampa, FL (Tampa Theater, ends June 4) Portland, ME (The Movies, ends June 5) Boise, ID (Flicks, May 29 - June 11) Chico, CA (The Pagent, May 29 - June 4) Rhinebeck, NY (Upstate, June 5-11) Portland, OR (Cinema 21, June 5-11) Waterville, ME (Railroad Square, playing June 5-11) Montgomery, AL (Capri, playing June 5-11) Asheville, NC (Fine Arts, starting June 12) Charlotte, NC (Manor Theater, starting June 12) San Antonio, TX (Crossroads Theater starting June 12) Corvallis, OR (Avalon Theater, June 19-25) Missoula, MT (Crystal Theater, June 19 - July 2) Honolulu, HI (Academy of the Arts, June 19-25) Mission, KS/Kansas City (Fine Arts starting June 19) New Orleans, LA (Zeitgeist Theatre Experiement, starting June 19) Missoula, MT (Crystal Theater, June 19 - July 2) Newburyport, MA (Newburyport Theater, starting June 23) Sarasota, FL (Burns Court Cinema, starting June 26) Santa Cruz, CA (Nickelodeon, starting June 26) Newburyport, MA (Newburyport Theater, starting June 26) Tampa, FL (Tampa Theater, starting June 26) Northampton, MA (Pleasant Street, starting June 26) Sarasota, FL (Burns Court, starting June 26) Milwaukee, WI (Times Cinema, starting June 26) Las Vegas, NV (Sunset Station starting July 3) Nashville, TN (Bellcourt Twin, July 3-5) Lincoln, NE (Mary Riepma Ross Film Theater, July 9-12) Salt Lake City (Tower Theater, July 10-16) Messila, NM (Fountain Theater, July 10-16) Orlando, FL (Enzian Theater, July 10-16) Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Cinematheque, July 17-19) New Brunswick, NJ (State Theater, July 19 only) Stony Brook, NY (Suny at Stony Brook, July 23) Allentown, PA (19th Street Theater, July 24-August 1) Yellow Springs, OH (Little Art, July 31 - August 3) Northampton, MA (Pleasant St Theater, July 31-August 6) Middlebury, VT (Middlebury College, July 31) Columbus, OH (Wexner Center, August 8-10) Omaha, NE (Jocelyn Art Museum, August 9) Atlanta, GA (Peachtree Film Society, August 9, 10, 16, and 17) Gainesville, FL (Royal Park, starting August 28) Tallahasee, FL (Miracle, starting August 28) St. Johnsbury, VT (Catamount Theater, August 28 - September 3) Miami, FL (Bill Cosford Cinema, September 4-13) We update this periodically, but feel free to email us if you're looking for a specific city. As for interviews of Mr. Kitano, reviews and stories, there are many, many pieces, but some of the highlights are: New York Times, Sunday March 15, 1998. Arts & Leisure section, page 13. "The Serious Side of Japan's Favorite Nuisance" by Leslie Camhi Film Comment, March/April 1998. Article by Dave Kehr, interview by Gavin Smith. New Yorker, March 30, 1998, film review by Anthony Lane Atlantic Monthly, April 1998. Film review by Ella Taylor. Interview Magazine, March 1998, page 92. Interview by J. Hoberman Detour Magazine, March 1998. Interview by Grant Tume Box Office, March 1998. Review by Shlomo Schwartzberg Miami Herald. Friday, February 6, 1998. Review by Rene Rodriguez. Miami Herald, Sunday, February 8, 1998. Story by Rene Rodriguez. Wired Magazine. March 1998. Story by Phil Hall. Detroit Free Press, Friday March 13, 1998. Review by Terry Lawson. Vogue, April 1998. Review by John Powers. Pulse! April 1998 by Frank Thompson. Los Angeles Times, March 19, 1998, by Kevin Thomas (http://www.latimes.com/HOME/NEWS/CALENDAR/t000026743.1.html) Detour, April 1998 by Howard Feinstein LA Weekly, April 2, interview by Chuck Stevens Thunder Magazine, premiere issue, interview by Frank Yu Village Voice, March 24, 1998. J. Hoberman review and story Premiere, April 1998, story/interview by Glenn Kenny A Magazine, April/May 1998, story/interview by N. Rain Noe Filmmaker, Spring 1998, interview by Scott Macaulay San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 18, 1998 by Chuck Stephens (http://www.sfbg.com/film/32/24/kitano.html) AP Newswire, interview by Eric Talmadge (http://www.nando.net/newsroom/ntn/enter/021698/enter24_4759_noframes .html) ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.