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Times Staff WriterRather than "fade in," the screenplay for French filmmaker Jean-Claude Brisseau's symbol-laden erotic drama, "Exterminating Angels," could very well have begun with, "Dear Penthouse ... " Though the film expresses a kinship to Luis Buñuel, Federico...
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Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) "The Shutka Book of Records," opening Friday for a week run at Facets Cinematheque, is a peculiar and often delightful film from the Czech Republic. It's a pixilated, marvel-filled work and it may keep you off balance for its entire...
Wall Street JournalBranding Italy may be harder than you think. This fall, the Italian government will revive plans to create a Web portal aimed at attracting tourists to the nation. Though plenty of visitors flock to Italy's cities, beaches and countryside all year...
Zap2It.comWhat do you think of the WGA list? ++++++++++++++++++++ || 1. || CASABLANCA Screenplay by Julius J. & Philip G. Epstein and Howard Koch. Based on the play "Everybody Comes to Rick's" by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison || || 2. || THE GODFATHER...
Tribune movie critic3 stars (out of four) Throbbing with music, seething with anger and romance, "The Lost City" is a film that breaks your heart, bewilders, alienates and ravishes you by turns. Director-actor Andy Garcia's movie about Cuba, revolution and exile in the...
Zap2It.comFilm producer Carlo Ponti, the husband of screen legend Sophia Loren, has died. He was 94. The filmmaker had been hospitalized 10 days ago in Geneva, Switzerland for pulmonary complications and died overnight (Jan. 9), report news souces. Ponti produced...
The EnvelopeAfter 30 years of slights and snubs, it's time for the academy to give Martin Scorsese an Oscar. It may have taken forever, but Bob Dylan won a Grammy and Satchel Paige made it into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Now the academy must right a wrong of its...
Times Staff WriterYou won't forget "Mafioso" and you won't be seeing another movie like it. A magnificent film almost no one knows about, this hidden classic offers a wider variety of pleasures than most contemporary works can even aspire to. One of those pleasures is the...
The last Oscars derby ended just weeks ago, but -- admit it -- you can't wait to find out which ponies are out front for the next race. Our forum posters are already making early predix here, but below is some of our own noodling too. Among the Oscar...
Times Staff WriterThe UCLA Film & Television Archive's new venue, the Billy Wilder Theater at the Hammer Museum, officially opens Friday with a screening of the Oscar-winning 1960 Wilder classic "The Apartment." Two days later, the archive kicks off its "Art of Light"...
The EnvelopeThe title of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' current exhibition, "From 'Amarcord' to 'Z': Posters From Fifty Years of Foreign Language Film Winners," is a bit misleading because the show actually covers 60 years of Academy Award-winning...
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