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  • The real Nick Cave? In '20,000 Days on Earth,' take your pick

    The real Nick Cave? In '20,000 Days on Earth,' take your pick
    For a film that received two documentary prizes at the Sundance Film Festival, "20,000 Days on Earth" is very honest about how fake it is. Or rather, the film acknowledges that through a series of constructed scenarios and encounters it is able to...
  • France's Dimitri Rassam 'Going to Brazil' With Bossa Nova (EXCLUSIVE)

    RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil's Bossa Nova Films is linking to Dimitri Rassam's Chapter 2, one of France's most powerful and ambitious production forces, to produce "Going To Brazil," a Brazil road movie marking the second feature helmed by Portuguese-French...
  • Amazon's Test After 'Transparent': Can Studio Maintain Its Momentum?

    Amazon Studios, an upstart trying to stand out amid a veritable glut of new television shows, is placing its original series bets on a core principle: The showrunner is (usually) right, and the studio's job is to pick the right projects and get out of the...
  • 'Bird People' an eccentric delight

    'Bird People' an eccentric delight
    An airport hotel may not seem the most inspiring of locations for a story of life-changing consequence, but French filmmaker Pascale Ferran's delicate, compassionate "Bird People" is just that sort of risk-taking existential adventure. Opening with a...
  • 'Fishing Without Nets' fails to catch interest

    'Fishing Without Nets' fails to catch interest
    Based on a 2012 Sundance-winning short, the Somali pirate flick "Fishing Without Nets" more readily invites comparisons with the Oscar-nominated "Captain Phillips." "Fishing Without Nets" recounts a fictitious ship-hijacking entirely from the Somali...
  • 'Good People' a preposterous crime thriller

    'Good People' a preposterous crime thriller
    The crime thriller "Good People" goes from being simply pedestrian to outright preposterous without batting an eye. This speedy, slapdash affair, directed by Henrik Ruben Genz from a script by Kelly Masterson (based on the novel by Marcus Sakey),...
  • Yakima Valley Latinos getting a voice, with court's help

    Yakima Valley Latinos getting a voice, with court's help
    Graciela Villanueva should have been hosting a victory party on election night, celebrating a successful run for school board in this verdant valley of apples and wine grapes, peaches and hops. She had already been appointed to the spot on the Yakima...
  • Review: 'The One I Love' ★★ 1/2

    Review: 'The One I Love' ★&#9733 1/2
    "Our happiness used to be so easy," says Sophie in the curious new indie "The One I Love," a tidy head-bender from writer Justin Lader and first-time feature film director Charlie McDowell. Sophie's marriage to Ethan, played by Mark Duplass, has stalled....
  • TV Review: 'Once Upon A Time' Gets 'Frozen' - And Cooler; 'Resurrection' Stays Lifeless

    "Frozen" might not be able to glide through all the mazes that have taken "Once Upon A Time" from boundless promise to convolution, but incorporating characters from Disney's animated smash has made the ABC series feel a whole lot cooler. The season...
  • TV This Week Sept. 28 - Oct. 4: 'Reign' on KTLA

    TV This Week Sept. 28 - Oct. 4: 'Reign' on KTLA
    Customized TV Listings are available here: www.latimes.com/tvtimes Click here to download TV listings for the week of Sept. 28 - Oct. 4, 2014 in PDF format This week's TV Movies -------------------- SUNDAY Your journalist gal-pal is back on the...
  • Crop of 'New Dangerous' filmmakers take edgy to new levels

    Crop of 'New Dangerous' filmmakers take edgy to new levels
    It's a word that began popping into my head as I was seeing films at the beginning of the year, and it has returned to my mind repeatedly ever since. Despite dispiriting signs pointing to decline in the industry and drift to other platforms, there has...