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  • Clint Eastwood's 'Jersey Boys' to Close L.A. Film Festival

    Warner Bros.' "Jersey Boys," directed by Clint Eastwood, will be the closing night film for the Los Angeles Film Festival on June 19. The film stars John Lloyd Young, Erich Bergen, Michael Lomenda, Vincent Piazza and Christopher Walken. Warner Bros. will...
  • N.Y. Will Get First Glimpses of 'Snowpiercer,' 'They Came Together' at BAMcinemaFest

    Bong Joon Ho's "Snowpiercer," the starry sci-fi title that will get its long-delayed U.S. release June 27, and Amy Poehler-Paul Rudd comedy "They Came Together" are among the New York premieres lined up for BAMcinemaFest, the sixth annual film festival at...
  • Alicia Silverstone rolls with the homies at 'Clueless' reunion

    Alicia Silverstone rolls with the homies at 'Clueless' reunion
    Alicia Silverstone and her costars had a "Clueless" reunion at a special screening of the 1995 hit comedy that's credited with launching the phrases "my bad" and "as if" into the mainstream vernacular. The actress, 37, who played blond Beverly Hills...
  • L.A. Film Festival adds 'Train Your Dragon 2,' '22 Jump Street'

    A pair of late-breaking, high-profile additions to the Los Angeles Film Festival have been announced: the animated fantasy-adventure "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and the buddy-cop comedy "22 Jump Street." On June 9, two days before the festival proper...
  • Film Review: 'Meet the Patels'

    "Meet the Patels," a documentary directed by first-generation Indian-American siblings Geeta V. Patel and Ravi V. Patel about the latter's attempt to find a wife through traditional Indian means, is often riotously funny. It's also, in its own modest way,...
  • Elvis Mitchell Replaces David Ansen as Film Independent Curator

    David Ansen has stepped down as artistic director of the Los Angeles Film Festival and Elvis Mitchell will assume his role in the newly created post of Film Independent Curator. Mitchell will be responsible for programming the festival, which recently...
  • Danny Glover's 'Supremacy' Gets U.S. Distribution Following L.A. Film Festival Debut

    Well Go USA Entertainment has bought North American rights to the psychological thriller "Supremacy" two weeks after its world premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival. "Supremacy," starring Joe Anderson and Danny Glover, is directed by Deon Taylor ("...
  • Film Review: 'Uncertain Terms'

    Increasingly prolific indie filmmaker Nathan Silver delivers another compact slice of life in "Uncertain Terms," an unassuming study of a man hiding out from a disintegrating marriage at his aunt's home for pregnant teens. At times so slight the entire...
  • Film Review: 'Man From Reno'

    A bilingual genre two-hander in search of common ground between Haruki Murakami's low-key alienation and the Coen brothers' deadpan existentialism, Dave Boyle's "Man From Reno" is hardly the equal of its inspirations, but it nonetheless makes for a...
  • L.A. Fest Filmmakers Bond in Palm Springs

    Thirty-nine filmmakers, plus Hollywood honchos including Sue Kroll, Catherine Hardwicke and Nancy Utley, descended on the Parker Meridien Palm Springs hotel this week for an event that's totally unique on the festival circuit: a day-and-a-half retreat...
  • Film Review: 'Inner Demons'

    A clever premise is executed with minimal imagination in "Inner Demons," a found-footage horror pic in which a crew from an "Intervention"-like reality show slowly realize their drug-addict subject may be possessed by a demon. Most convincing as an...