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  • Costume design series 'Return to Oz' to screen at Bing Theater

    "Return to Oz: Costuming the Big Adventures of 1985," the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' new screening series at LACMA's Bing Theater, features the work of such designers as Richard La Motte ("The Goonies"), Aggie Guerard Rodgers ("Pee-wee's Big Adventure") and Deborah L. Scott ("Back to the Future"). The series complements the "Hollywood Costume" exhibition at the Wilshire May Co. Building, the future location of the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. The "Return to Oz" program screens Feb. 13 and 20. Also continuing through February is the academy's screening series "Two Sides of a Costume Designer," which highlights such costume designers as Charles Knode ("Blade Runner") and Irene Sharaff ("Meet Me in St. Louis," "West Side Story"). For more information, go to http://www.oscars.org.
  • 'Project Almanac' a leap back in time, not forward

    In Hollywood's seemingly endless quest to use the found-footage gimmick to resuscitate any subgenre, we have the new time-travel movie "Project Almanac." The film self-consciously name-drops "Looper," although it probably has more in common with the...

    'Almanac' lets teens time travel, with predictable consequences

    'Almanac' lets teens time travel, with predictable consequences
    Time travel meets "found footage" in "Project Almanac," a "Blair Witch/Chronicle" tale about pretty teens tampering with all things temporal. A couple of ingenious wrinkles distinguish this "Back to the Future" from "Looper" and its other cousins. It's...

    Allentown School District Foundation provides opportunities for inspiration

    Harrison-Morton Middle School eighth-grader Claudia Rabih produced a science fair project last spring that took first place in regional competition and second place at states. Allen High School senior Keion White was among the Allentown School...

    Director Ana Lily Amirpour on Iranian vampires and weird SoCal towns

    Director Ana Lily Amirpour on Iranian vampires and weird SoCal towns
    A statuesque young man with family troubles. An abusive pimp with diabolical facial hair. And a lithe young vampire who wears a chador and rides a skateboard. All of these were set to a Sergio Leone-ish soundtrack, filmed in lush black-and-white...