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  • ‘Wish Me Away’ follows singer Chely Wright's coming-out story

     
    The documentary “Chely Wright: Wish Me Away,” which opens in L.A. on Friday, follows the country singer's process of coming out as a lesbian....
  • L.A. Film Festival spotlights human stories from Latin America

     
    After a string of movies about narco gang wars and desperate migrants, the Los Angeles Film Festival is presenting a different side of Latin American cinema: Cuban zombies, Chilean family road trips, Buenos Aires Elvis impersonators and the flying bird...
  • L.A. Film Festival: A musical mystery in 'Searching for Sugar Man'

     
    "Searching for Sugar Man" explores the story of a little-known Detroit-based singer-songwriter, Rodriguez, who was ‘bigger than the Rolling Stones’ in South Africa....
  • Naked & boring: Shia LaBeouf is nude in aimless Sigur Rós clip

     
    It's delightful to see the words "Sigur Rós" appear on a number of major news sites. The adventurous Icelandic outfit makes lovely, atmospheric music and deserves a wider audience, and if it takes a naked Shia LeBeouf to get one, so be it. The Times' Todd...
  • "Most Valuable Players" opens free family film series

     
    Free family movies under the stars debut today at SteelsStacks in Bethlehem with "Most Valuable Players," at 8 p.m. The documentary that follows three high school theater troupes - Freedom, Emmaus and Parkland - on their journey to the 2008 Freddy...
  • NBA TV presents “The Dream Team” documentary

     
    NBA TV presents “The Dream Team,” a documentary about the 1992 USA Olympic basketball team, on Wednesday, June 13. It's hard believe it's been 20 years since the 1992 USA Olympic basketball “Dream Team” — probably still the...
  • Jonathan Demme on directing 'Neil Young Journeys' concert film

     
    'Neil Young Journeys' is the new concert film directed by Jonathan Demme. It's the third collaboration between Rock and Roll Hall of Fame singer, songwriter and guitarist Neil Young and filmmaker Jonathan Demme....
  • L.A. Film Festival: Socially conscious short docs

     
    Focus Forward is a series of three-minute documentaries that shed a light on innovative individuals who are shaping the world through acts or inventions. The program boasts a roster of 30 international filmmakers and since its inception in September, nine...
  • Independence Day TV schedule 2012

     
    The Independence Day holiday in America falls on a Wednesday this year, which may put some people in a sort of No Man's Land, where it might be kind of hard to stretch that into a long weekend. But, if you do have any time off on and around July 4 this...
  • Jose Baez visits Geraldo Rivera, MSNBC; what about Jeff Ashton’s smile?

     
    Jose Baez will be featured in a big way on Sunday evening television. Casey Anthony's former attorney speaks in an MSNBC documentary, “Defending Casey Anthony,” at 9. In the program, the defense team looks back at the murder trial and Anthony'...
  • Freddy Award winner honored at Jimmy Awards

     
    A Freddy Award winner won an award last week at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, known as the Jimmy Awards, and could appear in a new PBS documentary about the program. Matt Gurniak, who portrayed The Cat In......