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Matt Porterfield says we can credit Jean-Luc Godard's "Masculine-Feminine" (1966) for the interview structure of "Putty Hill." He also says that Martin Bell's hard-to-find "Streetwise," about Seattle street kids, exerted a huge influence on his two...
Brand XAn unusual number of this year's Oscar contenders for best picture are based on true events: “The Social Network,” “The Fighter,” “The King's Speech” and “127 Hours.” But there's a parallel trend in...
Culture MonsterPhilip Glass founds annual arts festival near Carmel, with August debut...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelFlorida filmmaking legend Victor Nunez will be a guest of honor at this year's Florida Film Festival at a screening of his acclaimed drama “Ruby in Paradise,” the movie that launched Ashley Judd's career. The festival's line-up was announced...
Frankly My Dear - Orlando SentinelThis year's Sarasota Film Festival will be star-studded and action packed, with a performance by Harry Connick, Jr. and his orchestra, and appearances by Oscar winner Geena Davis and screen legend and Oscar nominee Christopher Plummer. Their opening night...
Special to the Los Angeles TimesThe Mind's Eye Oliver Sacks Alfred A. Knopf: 270 pp., $26.95 Oliver Sacks has built a reputation on exploring the medical mysteries of individual patients to illuminate the larger mysteries of human experience. "The Mind's Eye," a collection of essays...
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July 15: Chicago Scene - Jason Bitner and Joe Beshenkovsky Talk About LaPorte, Indiana: A DocumentaryWGN NewsScreenings: Thursday, July 15 7:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m. LaPorte Cinema 608 Colfax Avenue LaPorte, IN Indianapolis Film Festival Saturday, July 17 at 12:00 p.m. Thursday, July 22 at 3:00 p.m. Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Road Indianapolis, IN For...
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Driven, cerebral and pugnacious, Robert S. McNamara was the preeminent policymaker behind the massive buildup of American forces in Vietnam between 1964 and 1968. As Defense secretary for two administrations, he wielded blizzards of facts and figures to...
By the 1980s, Philip Glass had earned a healthy reputation working in the concert hall, art films and the theater. That didn't mean he slid easily into Hollywood. "When I first started doing Hollywood films," Glass, 72, said by phone from his home in New...
Times Movie Critic"STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE" is not the first documentary on Iraq. It's not the first film on America's embrace of torture as a weapon of choice. It's not even the first picture to focus on the notorious Abu Ghraib prison. What it is is the first time...
Sentinel Movie CriticIn some parts of the country, flea markets are a novelty, the eccentric folks from the lower rungs of society who sell or shop their objects of fun. That might explain the heady endorsements and comparisons to deadpan documentarian Errol Morris (Gates...
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Wandering the streets of her deluged New Orleans 9th Ward in one of this year's exceptional short-listed documentaries, "Trouble the Water," resident Kimberly Roberts rants before finding her uncle's body, dead and decomposing two weeks after the...
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