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In 1994, the Federal Assault Weapons Ban was signed into law by President Clinton. The law "su ... More >>
The theme of the 2012 New Frontier -- the Sundance section devoted to installation work, experimental film and video and art utilizing/ exploring emergent technology -- is "Future Normal." At a preview of the lineup held for press, programmer Shari Frilot defined that branded theme as reflective of ... More >>
T. NguyenA flat white at Two Guns EspressoIf you walk into almost any coffee shop in the city and order a flat white, you'll most likely be steered towards ordering a latte instead. Sometimes, you'll be refused the flat white but offered a foam-less cappuccino to compensate. And while these ... More >>
Marco BrambillaMarco Brambilla's Evolution (Megaplex)
This week in LA Weekly's print edition, Holly Willis explores Marco Brambilla's two 3-D video installations in his show "The Dark Lining" at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, and how 3-D will impact the art world. She writes:
Those two 3-D ... More >>
Way, way too soon.And the Oscar for awkwardest international release date ever goes to Clint Eastwood's "Hereafter," the glamorous, fear-profitting tsunami flick that dropped in Japan on February 19, 2011.
Three weeks later, as we're now brutally aware, news cameras captured a real-live vers ... More >>
Read Karina Longworth's article "Tarantino's Angst" from L.A. Weekly's print edition.
When Texas's Alamo Drafthouse comes to town to unleash their special brand of bad-ass cinema experience, they mean business. No one's going to stand in their way, not even the entire city of T ... More >>