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The 17th City of Lights, City of Angels French film festival announced its most ambitious slate to date Tuesday with 38 feature films and 19 shorts. Of the 38 features, three are international premieres, 11 are North American or U.S. premieres and 16...
Show TrackerAnd we start with a suited-up Jeff (Joel McHale), walking down the street with gift in hand, doing a voice-over like a 21st century noir hero. It's Abed's birthday, and Jeff has a special treat for him. But first he......
Your Morning Fashion and Beauty Report: Dukan diet might be helping Kate Middleton lose weight before the big day and Miranda Kerr is already back in bikini shapeAll The Rage-- The Dukan diet, popular in France and with celebrities reportedly including Gisele Bundchen, Jennifer Lopez and, possibly, Kate Middleton (OK, the latter is just speculation on some people's parts because her mother is on it, but it seems as......
Jacket CopyOnce upon a time, libraries were a place for books. A Netflix representative said just that -- "I think of libraries as places for books" -- but that, apparently, is now a minority perspective. According to a survey by the......
Take 26. ¶ That's the shot that director Darren Aronofsky used of Marisa Tomei in one of "The Wrestler's" pivotal dance sequences, one in which the 44-year-old Academy Award nominee gyrates and prances, flaunts and slinks -- largely in the nude --...
Special to The TimesJULIANNE MOORE has made a specialty of suffering in silence, her pale skin pulling tight across her cheekbones to form a flawless mask, a shell of perfect beauty concealing a soul in deepest turmoil. Only in private moments, when no one but the audience...
Los Angeles Times reporter Richard Fausset guides you on a day in the life of his former hometown, from daybreak to closing time, with diary entries that capture the faces and voices of a battered city that lives nonetheless by the defiant credo of its...
Times Staff WriterAs beautifully fatalistic as its title, the classic thriller "Elevator to the Gallows" is a consummate entertainment rich with the romantic atmosphere of Paris in the 1950s. Coming at a turning point in French cinematic history, it drew upon several major...
Zap2It.comPhilippe Noiret, the renowned French actor best known in the U.S. for "Il Postino" and "Cinema Paradiso," has died at the age of 76. The actor, who had been battling cancer, died Thursday, Nov. 23 in Paris of undisclosed causes, report news sources....
Special to The TimesEarly in his monumental fresco "Phantom India" (1969), the late Louis Malle says he decided to let his camera be his guide, meaning he would strive not to impose any preconceived views of the country on his documentary but would attempt to immerse himself...
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Zap2It.comSven Nykvist, the Oscar-winning cinematographer and filmmaker whose naturalistic, straightforward camera work distinguished the movies of directors Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen, died Wednesday. He was 83. Nykvist had battled a long illness and was...
Times Staff WriterConsider this your early-warning Sundance Film Festival controversy alert: Cute little Dakota Fanning plays a precocious child sex-abuse and rape victim in Full Moon Films' upcoming "Hounddog." The issue: Fanning, who turns 13 next month, is reportedly...
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