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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's a cinephile's dream: three days, 54 films from 11 countries. And it all takes place in downtown Hagerstown. The second Maryland International Film Festival-Hagerstown kicks off Thursday, April 11, and continues through Saturday, April 13, with...
Some called it “Life of Pi” without the tiger. Others compared it to Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea.” But most critics liked what they saw in “All Is Lost,” an almost dialogue-free narrative feature...
NEW YORK — "Before Midnight," Richard Linklater's third film about the relationship between an American man (Ethan Hawke) and French woman (Julie Delpy), closes with what might be the series' piece de resistance: a 30-minute hotel-room argument...
Effortless and effervescent, "Frances Ha" is a small miracle of a movie, honest and funny with an aim that's true. It's both a timeless story of the joys and sorrows of youth and a dead-on portrait of how things are right now for one particular New York...
One of the remarkable things about the 66 finalists announced Monday for the annual Knight Arts Challenge grants is their range, both artistically and geographically. Over the course of five years, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation has...
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Baz Luhrmann's gilded "The Great Gatsby" may beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into film-critic disapproval. But that hasn't stopped its soundtrack artists from capitalizing on its imagery of seductive wealth and youth. Lana...
The Los Angeles Times Hero Complex Film Festival kicks off Friday evening at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres at Hollywood & Highland with a double bill of John Carpenter's 1988 "They Live" and his classic 1978 horror film, "Halloween. Carpenter will appear...
Lost works, home movies, industrial films, abandoned technologies and other assorted cinematic ephemera all fall under the umbrella of miscellany known as "orphan film." The strange mix of the odd and slightly sad gets its own festival at the Linwood Dunn...
Evan Beamer, co-director of "In Security," had a brush with danger Friday. The Los Angeles resident almost backed into a Camaro after receiving a text telling him that his first feature film had been honored as an Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking...
Nick Offerman races into the lobby of West Los Angeles' Odyssey Theatre, pulls off his green trucker's cap and wipes his brow. Megan Mullally, right behind him, smooths her magenta-tinted hair and adjusts her cat-eye glasses. "It's a thing with us,"...
This post has been corrected. See below for details."Only God Forgives," Nicolas Winding Refn's follow-up to "Drive", will have its North American premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival next month. Starring Ryan Gosling as an American expat living in Bangkok, Thailand, the film joins the critically...
Did your favorite movie win an award at this year's Florida Film Festival? Each year, jury and audience awards are presented after the festival wraps up in April. A record number of films — 173 from 22 countries — were part of this year's...
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