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Datebook: Dreamy stop-motion, German cinema and Andy Warhol's shadows
Datebook: Dreamy stop-motion, German cinema and Andy Warhol's shadows

German films of the 1920s in L.A., animated wonders and a poet's circle in Pasadena, plus Andy Warhol in downtown, a Latin American documentary series and an entire festival devoted to exploring the overlap between art and science. It's all happening this week in our big, bad, traffic-choked city: “Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the 1920s," at the L.A. County Museum of Art. This is an off-the-hook intersection of 1920s German film, expressionist art and architectural set-piece (the installation design is by Michael Maltzan Architecture and it alone is worth the price of admission). The exhibition, done in collaboration with La...

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