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  • BAFTA Honors Sacha Baron Cohen at 2013 Britannia Awards

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles will present Sacha Baron Cohen with the Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy at the 2013 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards Nov. 9, recognizing his contribution to comedic...
  • Toronto Film Review: 'The Last of Robin Hood'

    Errol Flynn just might be the role Kevin Kline was born to play, but "The Last of Robin Hood" doesn't do either actor justice, reducing the matinee idol's scandalous final fling -- with 15-year-old starlet Beverly Aadland (an older-looking Dakota Fanning)...
  • 'Maier' doc is worth waiting for

    'Maier' doc is worth waiting for
    Amid the red-carpeted premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, continuing through the weekend, dozens of smaller pictures fight for attention. See what we can do with a camera? We're worthy of attention too. But sometimes a small picture...
  • Famous last words

    Famous last words
    Early on in "The Salinger Contract," the new book from acclaimed novelist and West Rogers Park native Adam Langer, the protagonist, a character also named "Adam Langer," stumbles across the truth about J.D. Salinger. He discovers why Salinger seemingly...
  • Awards Briefs: George Clooney, Key & Peele, 'Frontline,' SAG

    George Clooney will be honored by BAFTA Los Angeles at the Nov. 9 Britannia Awards with the Stanley Kubrick Award for Excellence in Film. Clooney, who is directing, starring in and scripting December release "The Monuments Men," will receive the award at...
  • James Franco whips up the drama in his art film 'La Passione'

    Another day, another James Franco art project. On Wednesday, Vice Media posted the multi-hyphenate renaissance man’s impressionistic 15-minute film “La Passione” to its website (see below). Presented by Gucci -- the global luxury...
  • Cinematic mind games against a late-60s background

    Cinematic mind games against a late-60s background
    A peculiar anniversary party kicks things off in 1967’s “Games,” the little-known but awesomely bonkers psychological thriller starring James Caan and Katharine Ross as young Manhattanites. A pair of dabbling eccentrics with far too much...
  • LACMA's screening series 'Kubrick and Co.' enters its final weekend

    "Kubrick and Co.," the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's tribute film series to its expansive "Stanley Kubrick" exhibition comes to a close this weekend. The exhibition also closes its doors on Sunday. The series looks at key films in the maverick...
  • See the ad for Stephen King's 'The Shining' sequel, 'Dr. Sleep'

    One of Stephen King's most enduring works is "The Shining," due in part to the film by Stanley Kubrick. Although the film strayed somewhat from the book, both told the terrifying story of a man who moves his family to a remote, empty resort when he...
  • Music review: International Contemporary Ensemble's movie mood

    In the decade since its founding, the International Contemporary Ensemble has become essential. The flexible collective of 33 musicians is likely the most accomplished new music group in New York, and it makes a significant contribution toward keeping the...
  • Critic's pick: The International Contemporary Ensemble odyssey

    Critic's pick: The International Contemporary Ensemble odyssey
    A key moment in the history of post-World War II European avant-garde music was when Stanley Kubrick threw out the score that Alex North had written for “2001: A Space Odyssey” and replaced it with the temporary track he had been using....