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  • Tonino Guerra dies at 92; renowned Italian screenwriter

    Tonino Guerra dies at 92; renowned Italian screenwriter
    Tonino Guerra, an internationally renowned Italian screenwriter who collaborated with Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni and other greats of Italian and world cinema on films such as Fellini's "Amarcord" and Antonioni's "L'Avventura" and "Blow-Up,"...
  • Dino De Laurentiis, 1919 - 2010

     
    Oct. 6, 1968: Jane Fonda and David Hemmings in “Barbarella,” produced by Dino de Laurentiis. De Laurentiis PRODUCER'S PICTURE DARKENS Sunday August 30, 1987 By WILLIAM K. KNOEDELSEDER Jr., Times Staff Writer Since he moved to the United States in........
  • Dino De Laurentiis: The last emperor of Hollywood producers

     
    I remember having drinks one night with an ambitious young producer who was still trying to find his place in the industry. But he already knew his role model — Dino De Laurentiis. And why? “Because regardless of whether the......
  • Florida Film Festival to open with ‘Project Nim,’ will honor Victor Nunez

     
    Florida filmmaking legend Victor Nunez will be a guest of honor at this year's Florida Film Festival at a screening of his acclaimed drama “Ruby in Paradise,” the movie that launched Ashley Judd's career. The festival's line-up was announced...
  • Florida Film Festival: Monday’s Best Bets

     
    A classic film, a decent documentary about outsourced surrogates and a few films that didn't quite land for me are the only choices for Monday night at the Florida Film Festival. Ever seen “Amarcord?” It's one of the last moments when Federico...
  • On Location: Woody Allen embarks on a Roman adventure

     
    Woody Allen, the Brooklyn-born director who defined New York for filmgoers with such hits as “Bullets over Broadway” and “Annie Hall,” is once again choosing Europe over Manhattan as the stage for his next movie....
  • Are movies about moviemaking the shortcut to Oscar glory?

     
    This is the year when nothing says Oscar like a movie about movimaking....
  • On Location: Dante Ferretti re-creates Paris in 'Hugo'

     
    Production designer Dante Ferretti talks about how he re-created Paris in "Hugo."...
  • Influences: Early Morning Opera's Lars Jan

     
    Lars Jan, 33, discussed his influences from Sundance, where he premiered “Abacus” before bringing it to REDCAT Feb. 2 to 4....
  • Around Town: Oscar short films and a 'Magnificent Obsession'

     
    Screenings of Oscar-nominated shorts and documentary films highlight the week....
  • SXSW 2012: Omar Rodriguez Lopez targets male ego in 'Los Chidos'

     
    Ahead of a brief reunion at Coachella next month with his landmark band At the Drive-In, Omar Rodriguez Lopez headed to South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, this week to unveil his latest film, “Los Chidos.”...