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Skirball exhibit looks at German film artists in U.S. during Nazi regime
Skirball exhibit looks at German film artists in U.S. during Nazi regime

A Los Angeles County Museum of Art show on post-World War I German cinema opened last month looking at the innovative feature film directors, producers, writers, costume designers and cinematographers who created influential 1920s classics such as "Nosferatu" and "Metropolis." Now an exhibition opening Thursday at the Skirball Cultural Center examines what happened to those artists after Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party came to power. "Light & Noir: Exiles and Emigres in Hollywood, 1933-1950," which continues through March 1, is co-presented by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. "It's a very rare opportunity for people in the city to...

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