12 hours ago | Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
This week's list includes an early Kathryn Bigelow short and a Nicolas Cafe vampire classic. Friday, Jan. 30 Nicolas Cage has an expressive quality that makes him unlike any other actor, and Vampire’s Kiss was one of the first true showcases ...
7 days ago | Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
This week's Weekly Movie to-Do List ranges from car chase classics to All That Jazz. Friday, Jan. 23 The New Beverly screens two musicals from the late 1970s: Frank Pierson’s remake of A Star Is Born at 7:30 and Martin Scorsese’s New York, Ne...
9 days ago | Film and TV
The most exciting new presence in Los Angeles film culture doesn’t announce itself as such. Housed within a deceptively small-looking building on the 5700 block of Melrose, the newly launched Cinelicious Pics has already loosed an impressive slate...
14 days ago | Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
Friday, Jan. 16 UCLA’s tribute to the great Kenji Mizoguchi begins tonight at 7:30 with his best-known (Ugetsu) and final (Street of Shame) films. A fitting introduction to the Japanese auteur for first-timers, the ghostly, elegiac love story at t...
21 days ago | Your Weekly Movie To-Do List
Friday, Jan. 9 The Egyptian’s tribute to Gena Rowlands continues with Gloria and Minnie and Moskowitz, both on 35mm. Arguably our greatest living actress, the two-time Oscar nominee is set to take part in a discussion between the films. In Gloria,...
Do people in the Himalayas and Andes "live in the passive voice," as those in Appalachia do? That loaded question comes early in The World Made Straight, an adaptation of the Ron Rash novel directed by David Burris. That's an intriguing...