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  • David Gordon Green, mainstream director?

    David Gordon Green, mainstream director?
    AFTER years of cutting his teeth in independent film, David Gordon Green is one of the big boys now. The youthful 32-year-old writer and director, who still happens to wear braces, says he no longer gets carded at bars. But his newfound maturity pales in comparison to the thrill of being invited to host his own three-night film retrospective this week at American Cinematheque's Egyptian Theatre in HollywoodEgyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
  • Los Angeles Times Book Prizes' Announces Kirsch Award Winner Maxine Hong Kingston

    NEW YORK, (February 28, 2008) – Maxine Hong Kingston has been named the winner of the 28th annual Los Angeles Times Book Prizes' Robert Kirsch Award for lifetime achievement. The award was announced tonight along with the names of the 45 finalists for...

    'Snow Angels'

    'Snow Angels'
    David Gordon Green's fourth feature is somewhat of a departure for a director known for his lyrical depictions of Southern life. Based on a novel by Stewart O'Nan and set in an unidentified northern town in the dead of winter, "Snow Angels" opens with...

    They all disappear

    They all disappear
    According to the U.S. Department of Justice, just more than 2,000 children are reported missing every single day. The vast majority of them are found, sometimes quickly, but for the families and loved ones of those who are not, a canvas of unanswered...

    Book review: 'Emily, Alone' by Stewart O'Nan

    Book review: 'Emily, Alone' by Stewart O'Nan
    Emily, Alone A Novel Stewart O'Nan Viking: 255 pp., $25.95 Stewart O'Nan's books are not about poverty, life's crises, gross injustice or family drama; in fact, there's very little drama in his works. He has become a spokesperson — in modern...