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  • 'Green Prince' film details strong bond

    'Green Prince' film details strong bond
    When making the thrilling, 101-minute documentary film, "The Green Prince," Israeli film director Nadav Schirman interviewed numerous people. However, in the film's editing, Schirman realized the film boiled down to the relationship between just two...
  • Vania Catani's Bananeira Filmes Launches New Gen Brazilian Talent, Primes Lucrecia Martel's 'Zama' (EXCLUSIVE)

    RIO DE JANEIRO -- Argentina has a New Argentine Cinema; Carlos Reygadas, Mantarraya and Canana ushered in a new era in Mexico; the Novissimo Cine Chileno exploded onto the scene at the 2005 Valdivia Festival. Now, finally, in a year when Brazil has...
  • Watch: Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader Call Out Reporter Who Hasn't Seen 'Skeleton Twins'

    Denver reporter Chris Parente is probably wishing he had seen "The Skeleton Twins" before interviewing Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig. The reporter interviewed the two stars of the Sundance film for a Denver segment, though it began to go downhill fast when...
  • 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...
  • 12 Foreign-Language Oscar Entries You Should Know

    Can't tell the players without a scorecard? So far, about 60 countries have submitted entries for Oscar's foreign-language race, with the Oct. 1 deadline looming. Most of the titles are unseen outside their country of origin or the festival circuit. So...
  • 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...
  • Miles Teller explains his 'Divergent' diss

    Miles Teller explains his 'Divergent' diss
    With his playful swagger and approachable nature, Miles Teller has always come off as one of young Hollywood's most accessible stars. He's been, in a sense, the anti-Taylor Lautner — a regular guy who never seemed all that preoccupied with his...
  • 'Madam Secretary' Tea Leoni's nomination is heartily confirmed

    'Madam Secretary' Tea Leoni's nomination is heartily confirmed
    Of the non-comic-book-related dramas debuting this fall, Barbara Hall's "Madam Secretary" on CBS is clearly a front-runner. Smartly written and formidably cast, the series, which premieres Sunday, offers a welcome dose of Téa Leoni, female sanity and...
  • Rory Kennedy recounts the 1975 fall of Saigon in new film

    Rory Kennedy recounts the 1975 fall of Saigon in new film
    Rory Kennedy thought she already knew something of the Vietnam War, of its tragedy and lingering scars on America and the Vietnamese. When she was approached about making a documentary on the final hours of U.S. involvement there, the director wondered...