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2 days ago by David Cotner
Only slightly harder to believe than that Bob Marley’s been gone for 34 years already is the fact that there’s such a beautiful, kaleidoscopic treasury of his life as Roger Steffens’ extravaganza Life of Marley, a multimedia show in...
The Great Flood
5 months ago by David Cotner
Rare is it that you're able to witness an event in America's history that is at once surreal and hyper-real — but in tonight's screening of The Great Flood, with director Bill Morrison in conversation with Cinematic Arts professor M...
5 Cinematic Things to Do in L.A. This Week — For Free
5 months ago by Sascha Bos
There's no shortage of movie-centric events in L.A. (we are, after all, the home base of the Industry), but they're not always free and open to the public. This week is an exception, with four awesome movie events that are completel...
Movies to See in L.A. This Week: An American Pie Reunion and Born on the Fourth of July
7 months ago by Sherrie Li
Friday, July 4 In honor of the holiday, the American Cinematheque’s Aero Theatre is showing Born on the Fourth of July. Based on Ron Kovic’s autobiography, the film follows Kovic (Tom Cruise) after he returns home paralyze...