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  • Blythe Danner steps out with star turn in 'I'll See You in My Dreams'

     Blythe Danner steps out with star turn in 'I'll See You in My Dreams'
    When Blythe Danner turned 70, her daughter threw her a surprise party. Gwyneth Paltrow even decorated a cake for her mother: The icing read, "A Streetcar Named Retired."
  • L.A. Film Festival announces its world-premiere-studded 2015 lineup

    L.A. Film Festival announces its world-premiere-studded 2015 lineup
    Films starring John Hawkes, Imogen Poots and Luis Guzman, and documentaries about a community of Ukrainian women in Chernobyl's dead zone, actor Andy Whitfield's battle with cancer and men raised by single mothers are set to make their world premieres...

    Los Angeles Film Festival announces new Zeitgeist, Nightfall sections

    Los Angeles Film Festival announces new Zeitgeist, Nightfall sections
    This year's Los Angeles Film Festival will introduce two new competitive sections: Zeitgeist, dedicated to key trends, and Nightfall, showcasing genre films. Festival organizer Film Independent announced the lineups for both sections Tuesday. The...

    Los Angeles Film Festival: 'Seoul Searching,' MTV's 'Scream' set as galas

    Los Angeles Film Festival: 'Seoul Searching,' MTV's 'Scream' set as galas
    Benson Lee's romantic teen comedy "Seoul Searching" and MTV's self-referential slasher series "Scream" will be featured as gala screenings at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival, organizer Film Independent announced Tuesday. Starring Justin Chon and...

    'Grandma' to open Los Angeles Film Festival; Lily Tomlin to be honored

    "Grandma," writer-director Paul Weitz's dramedy about an ornery septuagenarian poet who helps her teenage granddaughter try to rustle up money for an abortion, will open the Los Angeles Film Festival, organizer Film Independent announced Tuesday. The...