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There is a science to the way products are placed on supermarket shelves, and it is one that can stealthily influences our choices. What it is not is a likely subject matter for a spiky workplace comedy-drama mash-up. And yet it is just specific and...
Reuters(Reuters) - Here is a look at the Golden Globe Awards, which will be held on January 13 in Beverly Hills, California, by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. * The HFPA was formed in 1943 as a way for international journalists to band together,...
Oscar-winning writer-director-producer Francis Ford Coppola makes movies to understand himself. "When you make a film it is like asking yourself a question," Coppola said over the phone from his home in Northern California. "When it's finished, you know...
AP Movie CriticViewers hoping for a juicy expose of the super-secretive Church of Scientology in ‘‘The Master’’ might want to adjust their expectations just a tad. Writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson has acknowledged that the cult leader of...
Osvaldo Golijov is one of the most in-demand composers working today, with commissions from major orchestras around the world. But the past few years have been difficult for the Argentine composer: He has missed deadlines for new pieces and was accused...
From inside the rocket-shaped time capsule of a silver 1949 Hudson Super Six, West Hollywood looked astonishingly modern to Brazilian director Walter Salles. Salles, who has devoted the last eight years to adapting Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" for the...
Tags: Culture, Rivera, Lobbying, Viggo Mortensen, On the Road (movie)
In his younger and more vulnerable years, director John Collins flatly rejected the idea that theater is about bringing words on paper to life. He instead placed his trust in actors, space and movement as the most basic building blocks of stagecraft. "I...
Hero Complex - movies, comics, fanboy fare - latimes.comGuillermo Del Toro's “Pacific Rim” promises plenty of sci-fi spectacle pitting robots against monsters, but the visceral “Pan's Labyrinth” director, ......
Over a decade ago, a few thousand Star Wars fans in New Zealand brought about the birth of the religion known as "Jediism." The belief system is based on the teachings of the mystic, lighsaber-wielding warriors in George Lucas' science fantasy saga. (It...
Even the most ardent traditionalists have to acknowledge that vast, sweeping changes are at work within the realm of film culture. The very practice of shooting on actual physical film, not to mention running that film through a projector for viewing, has...
Tags: George Lucas, Cary Grant, Orson Welles, Authors, Jacques Rivette
Dan Deacon is obsessed with apocalypse. From a dilapidated couch in his Station North practice space, the city's best-known electronic musician and composer quickly rattles off a list: the United States' "growing military stronghold," drone warfare,...
Late last night, Baltimore noise-maestro Dan Deacon took to Twitter to point fans to "Lots," the first song from his forthcoming album, "America," due Aug. 28 on Domino. Deacon, the most recognizable face of Baltimore's Wham City art collective, has been...
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