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  • 'Sanctum'

    'Sanctum'
    Almost as famous for his mentoring of undersea filming equipment as for the movies he's directed, James Cameron puts those developments to use as a producer of this frequently tense thriller. During a cave excursion, explorers become trapped, forcing them...
  • 'Another Year'

    'Another Year'
    Acclaimed British filmmaker Mike Leigh reunites with actress Lesley Manville, who also has worked for him in such movies as "Secrets & Lies," in this comedy-drama that traces the lives of several friends over 12 months. Manville plays a pivotal member of...
  • PASSINGS: Lionel Rose, Gunter Sachs, Thomas G. Nelson

    PASSINGS: Lionel Rose, Gunter Sachs, Thomas G. Nelson
    Lionel Rose 1st Aborigine to a win world boxing title Lionel Rose, 62, the first Australian Aborigine to win a world boxing title, died Sunday near Melbourne after being ill for several months, his family said. He had a stroke in 2007 that left him...
  • Costa Mesa High students win first place for business

    Costa Mesa High students win first place for business
    COSTA MESA — A group of high-school seniors brought home a national first-place title for creating an environmentally friendly business. "We're not supposed to be winning championships, but we do," said Business Academy teacher Mike Sciacca. "We...
  • Pilot picks for Wednesday

      "Something Borrowed": After celebrating her 30th birthday, Rachel unexpectedly ends up in bed with her longtime crush, who just happens to be her best friend's fiancé. When Rachel and Darcy's lifelong friendship collides, it leads to unexpected...
  • Nonfiction film: 'Hey, Boo' spotlights the 'To Kill a Mockingbird' sensation

    Nonfiction film: 'Hey, Boo' spotlights the 'To Kill a Mockingbird' sensation
    Harper Lee was working as an airline reservations agent in New York City, struggling to write a novel tentatively titled "Atticus," when a close friend gave her enough money to take time off and finish her book. Published in 1960 with an initial print run...
  • Playing with 'Crumbs'

    Playing with 'Crumbs'
    If life is a banquet, playwright and actor Al Letson doesn't let a crumb go to waste. "I do a lot of autobiographical work," said the author of "Crumbs," currently on the boards at Theatre Project. "I am concerned with the truth, if not the literal...
  • New police chief: Strong administrator, thick skin

    New police chief: Strong administrator, thick skin
    NEWARK, N.J.—If Garry McCarthy had a honeymoon as Newark's top cop it ended violently on a single day in July 2009. On July 20 of that year, eight people were shot in two separate incidents, including a drive-by shooting that indiscriminately...
  • Newport Beach Film Festival announces awards

    The Newport Beach Film Festival announced the recipients of nearly 50 awards Thursday, the end of the eight-day festival, including the first ever MacGillivray Freeman Films Awards. The closing-night film, "A Beginner's Guide to Endings," directed by...
  • Short, but sweet success

    Short, but sweet success
    Filmmaker Gregory Bryan says he was "sick and tired of seeing the same Hollywood films." What he came up with instead was "The Dark," an ethereal, 21/2-minute nightmare complete with crawling blackness, creaking skeletons and enough creepiness of all...
  • Museum manners

    Museum manners
    From the elegant galleries of the Art Institute of Chicago to the stately halls of the Field Museum, the blend of modern culture and modern museum management has created etiquette issues your grandmother's curator could not have imagined. Consider the...