Courtesy Actual Size L.A.A shrine-like installation in Gustavo Herrera and Spencer Douglass's exhibition "Hollenbeck"
If you need a break from all the nostalgic historicizing saturating the art world these days, dash over to see an ingenious artist-made, open-air storefront on Alvarado. But d ... More >>
"You seen my cat?"
Yes, we love this place, but that doesn't mean it doesn't get exhausting explaining to everybody else what it is, exactly, that we're doing here. Particularly in summer when the fake tans, overpriced cocktails and newsboy caps worn by people who don't deliver newspapers for ... More >>
Yesterday the Library of Congress named its 2009 selections to the National Film Registry, America's official record of films deemed worthy, in the words of the Registry, of being "preserved as cultural, artistic and/or historical treasures for generations to come." Included on the list is Michael J ... More >>
Editor's note: West Coast Sound is thrilled to introduce to our blogging world the director Jason Reitman, whose new film, Up in the Air, has just opened in Los Angeles and New York, and opens across the country on December 25. The movie stars George Clooney and Vera Farmiga, it's true, but like his ... More >>
If the late, great director Robert Altman were still alive today, he'd immediately buy the movie rights of a recent WeHo News article and turn it into a clever satire about the wacky world of film festivals . . . without having to make anything up!WeHo NewsWHIFF founder Martin Delucaâ€‹Titled "WeHo ... More >>
By Guelda Voien
Global climate change put the brakes on that celebrated preamble to summer in Los Angeles - the inaugural screening at Hollywood Forever cemetery - on Saturday as only the most loyal moviegoers made it out for the lost Billy Wilder film Ace in the Hole. Generally, young Angelenos a ... More >>