Between the Lines (1977 film)
|Between the Lines|
|Directed by||Joan Micklin Silver|
|Produced by||Raphael D. Silver|
|Written by||Fred Barron
David M. Helpern Jr.
Michael J. Pollard
Raymond J. Barry
|Music by||Michael Kamen
Steve Van Zandt
|Cinematography||Kenneth Van Sickle|
|Edited by||John Carter|
|Distributed by||Midwest Films
|April 27, 1977|
Between the Lines is a 1977 film from Midwest Films directed by Joan Micklin Silver and produced by her husband Raphael D. Silver. The film won two out of the three awards it was nominated for at the 27th Berlin International Film Festival.
|John Heard||Harry Lucas|
|Jeff Goldblum||Max Arloft|
|Bruno Kirby||David Entwhistle|
|Michael J. Pollard||The Hawker|
Fred Barron, who had written for both The Phoenix and The Real Paper, used his alternative newspaper experiences as the basis for his Between the Lines screenplay. The director Silver once had worked for The Village Voice.
The success of the film led to a short-lived TV sitcom, also titled Between the Lines.
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