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Special to The Times++++++++++++++++++++ || || ++++++++++++++++++++ How ironic -- yet oddly fitting -- that Michelangelo Antonioni should die in Italy, at 94, the day after Ingmar Bergman died at 89 in Sweden. At the time of their deaths they were arguably Europe's two...
Charles Teitel dies at 93; theater operator fought censors as he brought foreign art films to ChicagoCharles Teitel, who operated one of the first foreign art houses in Chicago, screening such seminal films as "The Bicycle Thief" and "Z" as well as movies that city censors tried to ban for racy content, died of congestive heart failure April 4 at his...
Tags: Censorship, Politics, U.S. Army, Movies, Entertainment
Times Staff WriterNobody writes songs about January in Paris. It's cold and bleak, and the impenetrable rain clouds make 8 a.m. as dark as midnight. It's perfect weather for going to the movies, which is what I do. But I also go to the movies in Paris in April, May and...
Liz Smith"Mr. Sinatra ... I am an Italian!" said the comedienne Kaye Ballard, currying favor way back when. "And I'm an American," Sinatra shot right back. (Funny, the things that turn up in old files.) OUR friend Cindy Adams of the Post settled it once and...
The Irvine International Film Festival has nine Oscar-nominated short films on its program this year. As Oscar movies go, they're the most obscure — but are they any good? Features Editor Michael Miller reviewed each of the nominated films, rating...
In Mark Z. Danielewski's new graphic novella “The Fifty Year Sword,” an ominous character called the Story Teller at a Halloween party in East Texas tells five orphans, “I am a bad man with a very black heart,” as he recounts his...
Fall offers some interesting opportunities to catch unusual screenings. The 15th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival screens Wednesday, October 3, 7:30 p.m. at the lovely Avon Theatre Film Center, the non-profit cinema at 272 Bedford Street, Stamford....
VarietySTOCKHOLM -- Directing duo Mans Marlind and Bjorn Stein, who return to Sweden after helming two Hollywood pics, have nabbed $1.7 million for "A Midsummer Night's Dream," the highest grant in the latest round of funding from the Swedish Film Institute....
VarietyLONDON -- Martin Lund's "The Almost Man," which won the Crystal Globe at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival last month, is to close the main program of the Norwegian Intl. Film Festival. The character-driven black comedy, about a man who has difficulty...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Drama (genre), Movies, Entertainment, Norway
VarietyMONTREAL -- The Montreal World Film Festival announced its full slate of 432 films from 80 countries on Tuesday, including 110 world or international preems. Bernard Rose's film biz tale "Two Jacks," starring Sienna Miller, Billy Zane and Danny Huston,...
Raymond Benson is no stranger to writing action heroes. As the author of several James Bond thrillers, he's written high-octane adventures for one of the most iconic characters in books and movies. After concluding his run with 007 in the anthology...
VarietyPARIS -- Gaul's Gaumont is set to restore and digitize 270 classic films in high-resolution. The first 25 films include cult pics, Maurice Pialat's Under the Sun of Satan," Henri-Georges Clouzot's "The Murderer Lives at Number 21," Ingmar Bergman's...
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