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  • New work by LA artists such as Jennifer Steinkamp, James Benning and Thom Andersen make this a great week for media art . [scald=25326:kl_image_original_context]Los Angeles artists in ... the local filmmaker and CalArts faculty member. The show , which starts at 7:00 p.m., will present Andersen's 1974 Eadweard ...
  • UC Riverside's Sweeney Art Gallery features a terrific show crawling with animals and insects titled Intelligent Design: ... tomorrow at UCR's Sweeney Art Gallery. Co-curated by LA artist Rachel Mayeri and gallery director Tyler Stallings, the show ...
  • ... artist posthumously in a snapshot survey of contemporary art could be seen as an odd choice -- especially since Greene tragically ... Meanwhile the Hammer's Made in LA 2014 (also through 9/7) presents Amid Voluptuous Calm, a ...
  • LA's media art scene this week is international in scope, featuring work from ... students, Diana Menestry and Juan Camilo González. The show starts at 7:00, and will include a panel discussion following the ...
  • Artbound won in the "Arts" and "Feature Segment" categories at the 68th Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards.       
  • Van Johnson stars in Robert Pirosh's World War II film, "Go For Broke!" The film also stared several veterans of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, which was made up of Nisei soldiers and is one of the most decorated units in history.

    Get the history behind this film -- and a glimpse at what L.A. was like when this film hit theaters -- in our regular feature,...

  • Animation figures prominently this week in LA's media art scene, with a festival, feature film, and more... ... of his short newsreels and other films. Tonight's show includes The Eleventh Year, described as a "visually and rhythmically ...
  • Directed by Gregory La Cava, "My Man Godfrey" stars William Powell and Carole Lombard. Powell ...
  • ... of several large events, including Filmforum's 24- show screening series dedicated to experimental filmmaking in Los Angeles, as well as UCLA's excellent series, LA Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema. ... in Los Angeles, as well as UCLA's excellent series, LA Rebellion: Creating a New Black Cinema. Thursday, October 6 British ...
  • Carole Lombard and Fredric March star in the 1937 comedy "Nothing Sacred." March plays a New York Newspaper reporter who has been demoted to writing obituaries. As an out, he writes a story about Hazel Flagg (Lombard), a woman who is supposedly dying of radium poisoning. Things become complicated when Hazel discovers her doctor was wrong.

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