---- November 1999 Events ----November Conventions include:
Nov. 4-7: World Fantasy Con in Providence RI (World Fantasy Awards)
---- November 1999 Books ----
Nov 5: American Movie -- Documentary about a Wisconsin filmmaker struggling to make a grade-C horror movie. website
Nov 5: The Insider -- d. Michael Mann; wr. Eric Roth; st. Al Pacino, Christopher Plummer. True story about the TV show ''60 Minutes'' and its battle with the tobacco industry.
Nov 5: Last Night -- d./wr. Don McKellar. What people in Toronto do thinking the world will end at midnight. (Lions Gate) website
Nov 12: Dogma -- d. Kevin Smith; st. Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Alanis Morissette. Controversial Indie pic about renegade angels trying to enter Heaven.
Nov 12: Felicia's Journey -- d. Atom Egoyan; st. Elaine Cassidy, Bob Hoskins. Based on the novel by William Trevor. website
Nov 12: The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc -- d. Luc Besson; st. Milla Jovovich, Dustin Hoffman, John Malkovich, Faye Dunaway. (Columbia) website
Nov 12: Pokemon: The First Movie
Nov 19: Sleepy Hollow -- d. Tim Burton; st. Johnny Depp, Christina Ricci. (Paramount) website
Nov 19: The World Is Not Enough -- d. Michael Apted; st. Pierce Brosnan. The 19th Bond picture; Bond battles Dr. Evil. website
Nov 24: End of Days -- d. Peter Hyams; st. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gabriel Byrne. An ex-cop battles Satan at the turn of the millennium. (Universal) website
Nov 24: Toy Story 2 -- d. John Lasseter; st. Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Kelsey Grammer (voices). website
Forthcoming books are selected titles from the comprehensive listings updated every three months in Locus Magazine. This color indicates 1st editions published in the UK; This color indicates 1st US editions of books previously in the UK or elsewhere; others are 1st editions published in the US. Abbreviations indicate hc=hardcover, tp=trade paperback; c=collection, a=associational [non-genre], h=horror, nf=nonfiction. If not indicated hc or tp, the book is mass-market paperback or we're not sure. Schedules are tentative and subject to change -- particularly in later months.
Film listings are drawn from numerous sources, including Coming Attractions and Web Film Release Schedule. Colored dates indicate films of SF/F/H interest; a few other films of associational interest or that are otherwise noteworthy are also listed. Dates themselves are for scheduled first releases in major US cities, and are highly subject to change!.
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