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  • Realism on tap at AFI Fest

    Realism on tap at AFI Fest
    Film fans, it's time to get your passports stamped. When the AFI Fest begins Thursday night, it will kick off 11 days of screenings and events that will bring some of the best films from the international festival circuit here to Los Angeles, including...
  • 'Yves Saint Laurent' exhibition at the De Young Museum in San Francisco

    'Yves Saint Laurent' exhibition at the De Young Museum in San Francisco
    The first Yves Saint Laurent retrospective since his death earlier this year opened Saturday at the De Young Museum with more than 120 of the designer's haute couture ensembles. The pieces span his 40-plus-year career, from his early days at Dior to his...
  • On TV: Botox. Face-lifts. Reconstructive surgery.

    On TV: Botox. Face-lifts. Reconstructive surgery.
    I know we're all supposed to be watching this season of "Dancing With the Stars" to see whether professional athletics or Broadway provides a better foundation for dance. But I'm pretty sure most of us are far too preoccupied with figuring out whether...
  • Cannes Film Festival announces official lineup

    Cannes Film Festival announces official lineup
    Eleventh-hour additions of Clint Eastwood's thriller "Changeling," starring Angelina Jolie, and Steven Soderbergh's double Che Guevara biopics, "The Argentine" and "Guerrilla," were among the big news delivered by festival general manager Thierry...
  • Beauty, talents of Catherine Deneuve on display

    Beauty, talents of Catherine Deneuve on display
    FOR MUCH of her life, Catherine Deneuve, who turns 65 this year, has been a leading lady of European art cinema, not to mention an avatar of European beauty and glamour. In her native France, she is literally an iconic figure, having served as the face of...
  • Day of the dollar: A global connection

    Men in rubber boots are swinging axes in the ice mist of the Tsukiji fish market. Frozen tuna skitters and slides across the warehouse floor, white slabs looking nothing like the delicate red flesh that will be sliced and rolled onto pretty plates in...
  • The private life of Julie Christie

    The private life of Julie Christie
    Oscar-winning actress Julie Christie ("Darling," "Dr. Zhivago," "Far From the Madding Crowd," "Petulia") was Hollywood's ultimate "It Girl" in the late '60s and early '70s. She was the epitome of the swinging '60s British bird, wearing bell-bottoms,...
  • 52 Diets 52 Weeks: The French Women Don't Get Fat diet

     
    Welcome to the fifteenth week of 52 Diets 52 Weeks, where Laura test-drives exactly that in exactly that. And yes, I am aware that it's Wednesday and this should have posted Monday. And yes, I am aware I've been blathering......
  • Roman Polanski's photographs, drawings and other artifacts go on display in German museum

     
    "The Ghost Writer" isn't the only Roman Polanski event to open to the public in the last month. An exhibition of the controversial director's photographs, documents, scripts, props, costumes and more opened over the weekend at the Düsseldorf Film Museum....
  • Louis Vuitton ad shoots for goal with soccer greats Pele, Maradona and Zidane facing off in foosball

     
    Over here at All The Rage we're consistently in awe of Louis Vuitton's ability to land a mind-numbing assortment of stars from the global constellation of celebrity for its ad campaigns. Some of the more memorable ones featured Mikhail Gorbachev,......
  • Art review: 'They Have Not the Art to Argue With Pictures' at Cherry and Martin

     
    “They Have Not the Art to Argue With Pictures” is a fantastic group exhibition that would be even better if it had only one artist in it. At Cherry and Martin Gallery, Robert Heinecken’s altered magazines are more than enough......