Tag Archives: Nancy Savoca

For Today, But Really Every Day: Ladies I Love

I love these women for a variety of reasons: they inspire, they entertain, they challenge, they leave me in awed silence, they provoke, or they were “there” in my most formative years, holding out a torch to lead the way. … Continue reading

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The Return of Nancy Savoca’s Dogfight

For a while now, Nancy Savoca’s masterpiece Dogfight has been out of print. It had been released on DVD, with a wonderful commentary track by Savoca, but it was threatening to slide into obscurity. (I have made a couple of … Continue reading

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Matt Zoller Seitz and I Discuss Nancy Savoca’s Dogfight

Matt Zoller Seitz (Salon’s staff television critic) and I share a love of Nancy Savoca’s Dogfight, and in that, I know we are not alone. Dogfight, written by Bob Comfort, and directed by Nancy Savoca, starred Lili Taylor as Rose … Continue reading

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