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  • Time is ticking at 'The Clock' exhibit in Minneapolis

    Time is ticking at 'The Clock' exhibit in Minneapolis
    Time is ticking. Summer will be gone before you know it, and with it many of those moments you thought you would remember all of your life, vanished by Columbus Day, replaced with a reel of different memories that will probably seem trivial. That's how memory and time conspire: Eventually you forget the face of the summer love you met at camp when you were 11, but that fleeting remark from a Little League coach about hard work rattles around your head into old age. And yet, before autumn crashes in, there are a few things you can do to slow down time, or at least luxuriate in its passing.
  • Steve McQueen documentary brings the king of cool to life

    Steve McQueen documentary brings the king of cool to life
    Steve McQueen. Perhaps the first association you make with that name is with the talented British filmmaker who directed last year's Academy Award-winning best film "12 Years a Slave." But for most movie fans, that name signifies a bygone star,...

    Los Angeles Film Festival names 2014 jurors

    Los Angeles Film Festival names 2014 jurors
    "Short Term 12" director Destin Daniel Cretton, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" editor Lynzee Klingman and "Middle of Nowhere" composer Kathryn Bostic are among the jury members of this year's Los Angeles Film Festival, which kicks off Wednesday and...

    Lee Grant tells it like it was in new memoir

    "LITTLE Lyova Haskell Rosenthal is precocious," commented The New York Times after the young child actress had warned the tenor onstage that an actor was sneaking up on him with a big knife in a scene from "L'Oracolo." (Little actress Lyova was confined...

    Oscar producers suit up for the big game

    Oscar producers suit up for the big game
    For some it's the Super Bowl, for others Olympic ice hockey — but for many, Oscar producer Neil Meron believes, the season's big game takes place in black-tie. "The Oscars is a sport," Meron said in an interview Thursday from a small office...