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  • Kino Lorber at 5: Distributor Finds Tomorrow's Classics in Today's Fest Scene

    Even though the corporate specialty film entity known as Kino Lorber turns five this year, the roots of the firm reach back decades, a fact that's essential to understanding its tactical methods and strategic goals.
  • LACMA to present exhibition on German Expressionist cinema

    LACMA to present exhibition on German Expressionist cinema
    An exhibition devoted to the German Expressionist cinema of directors such as Fritz Lang, F.W. Murnau and Robert Wiene will open at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art in late September for a seven-month run. "Haunted Screens: German Cinema in the...

    In Building an Entertainment Biz, Ecuador Plays by the Script

    Ecuador is experiencing a mini production boom, churning out four to five pics a year compared with one every two years before 2007, and one every four years before 1999. Local hits such as Sebastian Cordero's "Pescador" (2011) and the country's foreign...

    Getty Villa's 5-ton wheel keeps 'Prometheus Bound' centered

    At first, director Travis Preston wanted to seat the audience for "Prometheus Bound" at the Getty Villa where the actors would normally be: on the plaza in front of the museum that doubles as a stage for the Getty's annual late-summer outdoor...

    DVD Review: A vintage oddity returns in 'Things to Come'

    DVD Review: A vintage oddity returns in 'Things to Come'
    "Things to Come" (or "H.G. Wells' Things to Come," as it's sometimes known) was an oddity when released in 1936 and remains an oddity today. Wells was best known for his turn-of-the-century science-fiction novels ("The Time Machine," "War of the Worlds,"...