May 3, 2002 -- The Los Angeles reviews are in for REVOLUTION OS. Film Critic Kevin Thomas of The Los Angeles Times writes that the film is "...witty" with a "...brisk pace." The LA Weekly states: "The filmmaker...evinces a fine sense of framing, montage, color and pace; shot on 35mm, Revolution OS is aesthetically pleasing, briskly involving and, for a movie about tech theories, surprisingly charming."
See for yourself what the critics are writing about. View the first eight minutes online at ifilm.com:
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After a successful runs in Hollywood and Santa Monica, REVOLUTION OS has now resumed its nationwide theatrical tour. In two weeks, on May 18 & 19, REVOLUTION OS will play at 11 AM at the Laemmle's Lido Cinema in Newport Beach.
Shot in cinemascope on 35mm film in Silicon Valley, REVOLUTION OS depicts an unusual group of characters that are three-parts libertarian, two parts communist, and one-part bad garage band. REVOLUTION OS stars Linus Torvalds - the creator of Linux, and Richard Stallman - the ideological godfather of the movement, and features interviews with high-tech luminaries like Bruce Perens, Eric Raymond, Brian Behlendorf, Michael Tiemann, Larry Augustin, Frank Hecker, and Rob Malda.
REVOLUTION OS is available on 35 mm and runs 85 minutes. For more information go to the website http://revolution-os.com/ ."