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  • 'Mary Poppins' at LACMA, 'Bye Bye Birdie' at Skirball

    'Mary Poppins' at LACMA, 'Bye Bye Birdie' at Skirball
    In the ever-changing landscape of Los Angeles, there's one longtime tradition that remains: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art's Tuesday matinee at the Bing Theater. The matinee screenings attract both a senior crowd with its $2 admission as well as younger audiences who pay just $4 to see classic and art house films. This Tuesday, the matinee features the 1964 Walt Disney favorite "Mary Poppins." Upcoming screenings include two Chaplin silent masterpieces on July 22 — 1921's "The Kid" and 1928's "The Circus." The Skirball Cultural Center also offers occasional free Tuesday matinees. Its summer series, "Classic Films: For a Song," features 1948's "Easter Parade" (Tuesday), 1971's "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (Aug. 5) and 1963's "Bye Bye Birdie (Aug. 12). For more information go to http://www.lacma.org and http://www.skirball.org
  • 'El Niño' Surges at Spain's B.O.

    MADRID - The boy beat the man. Fox-released Spanish action thriller "El Nino," a foreign-language highlight on Studiocanal's Toronto slate, will very shortly join the highly select slate of movies - Hollywood fare and local hits - that have punched more...

    Venice Film Review: 'The Cut'

    There have been a paltry few movies about the 1915 Armenian genocide, which has only increased expectations around Fatih Akin's already buzzy "The Cut." Budgeted at $21 million, this historical epic-cum-Western about a father looking across the globe...

    The evolution of Charlie Chaplin's Tramp

    Cinema was just emerging from its infancy when Charlie Chaplin created his comic character the Tramp a century ago. With his bowler hat, baggy pants, endearing little mustache, exaggerated shuffling walk and cane, the Little Tramp was an instant star....

    Historic Patio Theater to close in April

    Historic Patio Theater to close in April
    The historic Patio Theater in Portage Park has been in Demetri Kouvalis' family since 1987. His father ran the movie theater until 2001, when the air conditioning broke. The repairs were more than the family could afford, and the theater, built in 1927,...