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The Hero ComplexPART 5: PHILIP K. DICK, THE LAST DECADE During the last years of his life, Philip K. Dick lived in, of all places, Orange County, a Southern California setting that made the life-battered sci-fi writer something of a stranger in......
Special to The TimesA guy with a bag on his head can play out a couple of ways. The Unknown Comic went for laughs. Recent films such as "The Orphanage" and "The Strangers" go for straight scares. And then there's the new indie film "Baghead," in which the sack holds both...
Walking into Big Lots on Vine Street, just blocks from the swank interiors he created for the restaurant Katsuya and the nightclub S Bar, Philippe Starck appears a bit wary. "Can you live elegantly and economically?" he asks, surveying the store's vast...
Tags: Furniture, Charles Dickens, Holidays, Orson Welles, Julie Delpy
For the TimesA young couple strolls into a cafe in Eagle Rock. Based on appearances—severely angled bird's-nest hairdos dyed in shades of bruise, emblematic tattoos that simultaneously advertise solidarity and defiance, pierced nostrils, lips, eyebrows, faces...
Variety"Jobs," Joshua Michael Stern's biopic of Steve Jobs, starring Ashton Kutcher, has been selected as the festival's closing-night film. Richard Linklater's "Before Midnight," Michael Winterbottom's "The Look of Love," David Gordon Green's "Prince Avalanche,...
Tags: J.K. Simmons, Nat Faxon, Steve Carell, Jordin Sparks, Demi Moore
VarietyIndependent film Goliaths strode tall at Tuesday's nominations for the 28th annual Film Independent Spirit Awards, but a few Davids were still able to slingshot their way to success. "Moonrise Kingdom" and "Silver Linings Playbook" led the way with five...
organization: The Dallas Institute Presents an Evening with Skip Hollandsworth date: 11/2/2012 address: 2719 Routh St The Dallas Institute is hosting an evening with Skip Hollandsworth. Skip will be sharing inside stories about the film BERNIE he co-...
Linklater wraps production on 'Before Midnight': Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy star in sequel to indie hitsVarietyDirector Richard Linklater has wrapped production on "Before Midnight," a sequel to the helmer's indie hits "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset." Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy reprise their roles as star-crossed lovers Jesse and Celine. Linklater's...
VarietyMADRID -- Spain's Iconica and Lazona are teaming with Argentina's Cepa Audiovisual and Utopica Cine to produce romantic comedy "Sexo facil, peliculas tristes." It's the directorial debut of Alejo Flah, who co-wrote Juan Jose Campanella's miniseries...
VarietyLONDON -- Emily Stillman has joined Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in the U.K. as sales and marketing director, it was announced Wednesday. Stillman takes on the newly-created role immediately with responsibility for marketing, business development and...
Jack Black and Oscar winner Shirley MacLaine don't make the most expected combination of stars, but their teamwork fuels this fact-inspired tale from filmmaker Richard Linklater. Black plays an assistant funeral director who becomes everything to a...
Tags: DVDs, Entertainment, Bernie (movie), Jack Black, Movies
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