Sherrie Li

The Kid

Movies to See This Week: Warhol, Carpenter and Jackie Coogan

Friday, Oct. 24 At UCLA’s Royce Hall, the Center for Art of Performance presents Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films at 8 p.m. This event will combine 15 of Warhol’s short films, publicly exhibited for the first time, featuring the likes of Marcel Duchamp, Edie Sedgwick, Donovan and Warhol himself......
Faust (1926)

Movies to See in L.A. This Week: Faust and the Film Crash Festival

Friday, Oct. 17 Recent Spanish Cinema 2014 continues at the Egyptian this weekend with a free round-table panel with the filmmakers and actors featured in this year’s series at 5:30 p.m., including directors David Trueba, Paco León and Daniel Sanchez Arevalo and actress Clara Lago. At 7:30 p.m., there’s a......
Beloved Sisters

Movies to See in L.A. This Week: A Magnificent Seven Convention

Friday, Oct. 3 If you’ve always felt that you belonged with spurs on your boots and guns strapped to your hip, you should mosey over to the Los Angeles Convention Center for M7 Con 2014. Designed around John Sturges’ classic film The Magnificent Seven as well as the 1998-2000 TV......
The Man with Two Brains

Movies to See in L.A. This Week, Including Kevin Smith's New Horror Film

Friday, Sept. 12 Starting today, the film portion of USC’s series Part of Being an Artist: The Dennis Hopper Collection — Selected Artwork and Ephemera begins with a free screening of Easy Rider at 7 p.m. at the Norris Cinema Theatre. Hopper wrote, directed and starred in this counterculture cult......
The Karate Kid

Movies to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Karate Kid Reunion

Friday, Sept. 5 This Friday through Sunday at the Egyptian Theatre, it’s FICG in L.A. — aka the Guadalajara International Film Festival. Showcasing the best of Mexican and Ibero-American films, the opening-night gala will include the U.S. premiere of Las Horas Contigo (The Hours With You), which finds Ema, who’s......
The Magnificent Seven

Movies to See in L.A. This Week, From Eli Wallach to Edith Head

Friday, Aug. 22 This weekend, the American Cinematheque honors the late Eli Wallach with a showcase at the Aero of his works, which earned him the epithet of “the quintessential chameleon” from the Academy. Friday’s 7:30 p.m. screening is The Magnificent Seven, featuring Wallach as the bandit leader who terrorizes......
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