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  • Remembering art critic Charles Champlin

    To the editor: Charles Champlin was such a humble man. He and I once were sitting next to each other, and we were both scheduled to talk before a huge auditorium of college students about journalism and the people we had interviewed. ("Charles Champlin dies at 88; former L.A. Times arts editor, critic," Nov. 17)
  • Charles Champlin, Longtime L.A. Times Film Critic, Dies at 88

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Charles Champlin, longtime film writer and editor for the Los Angeles Times, died Sunday in Los Angeles. He was 88 and died from complications of Alzheimer's Disease, according to the L.A. Times. Champlin graduated from...

    L.A. Film Critics to Honor Gena Rowlands

    The Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. will present Gena Rowlands with its career achievement award, the group announced on Saturday. An 84-year-old veteran of film, TV and theater, Rowlands is particularly celebrated for helping to usher in a bold new...

    Lauren Bacall on writing: The most complete experience I've ever had

    Lauren Bacall on writing: The most complete experience I've ever had
    Actress Lauren Bacall, who died Tuesday at age 89, decided to tell her own story in not one but three memoirs: "By Myself" in 1978, "Now" in 1994, and "By Myself and Then Some" in 2005. When the first book was published, it swiftly became a bestseller....

    UCLA's Robert Altman film retrospective captures heart of director

     UCLA's Robert Altman film retrospective captures heart of director
    It is tempting to call the Robert Altman retrospective at the UCLA Film & Television Archive exhaustive, except that would somehow imply Altman's work had an end. Yes, there are a finite number of films, but they can never be exhausted, never running...