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David Cronenberg

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  • Israel gets a punch in the schnoz from Toronto Film Fest protesters

     
    Whether you're a film festival director, a college president or a secretary of state, you know that you've landed in Media Hell when Noam Chomsky, Jane Fonda and Harry Belafonte start signing open letters complaining about your policies. Artists and......
  • Monster Mash: Gap co-founder Donald Fisher dies; MoMA's surprise gift; Hugh Jackman, Daniel Craig keep their cool

     
    -- Arts patron: Donald Fisher, the co-founder of Gap Inc. and an important art collector, has passed away at age 81, just days after agreeing to leave his collection to SFMOMA. -- Big earners: Glenn Lowry of the Museum of......
  • L.A. Opera cleans out costume closet

     
    When you've dressed hundreds, perhaps thousands of performers over the course of more than 20 years, your wardrobe is bound to get crowded with the old and the outdated. On Saturday, Los Angeles Opera will put more than 2,500 items......
  • Costume seekers crowd into L.A. Opera wardrobe sale

     
    Hundreds of people who???d rather be in costumes than jeans waited in line for more than hour today for a chance to shop the Los Angeles Opera???s first-ever wardrobe sale. In the sun-drenched parking lot of the opera company???s costume......
  • 'Creature From the Black Lagoon' emerges

     
    When director Breck Eisner parted ways with Universal's remake of "Creature From the Black Lagoon" earlier this year, fans of the 1950s camp classic wondered if and when the new film would ever see the light of day. But now......
  • Bret Easton Ellis talks about his novels and the films they spawned

     
    There was a big turnout Sunday afternoon at the Festival of Books session featuring Bret Easton Ellis in conversation with music journalist Erik Himmelsbach. Ellis’ seventh novel, “Imperial Bedrooms,” will be published later this year — the...
  • Colin Farrell and Marion Cotillard to do Cronenberg’s Cosmopolis

     
    David Cronenberg is doing a film of novelist Dom DeLillo's Cosmopolis, and the History of Violence director has landed a couple of plums as his stars — Oscar winner Marion Cotillard and Colin Farrell will star in the film, according to Variety....
  • Has Elvis Costello joined the 'Hate Israel' club?

     
    Being a fan these days isn't easy. What do you do when someone you respect and admire takes a political stand that you find abhorrent? I think Sean Penn is a stone-cold brilliant actor, but there is no way to......
  • Horror of horrors: Did the wrong kind of people like 'Splice'?

     
    Judging from the drubbing that "Splice" took at the box office over the weekend, with the film making a woeful $7.3 million, it's pretty obvious that the kiss of death for a horror film is to get a huge sheaf......
  • 'Repo Men'

    'Repo Men'
    Plenty of interior body parts are forcibly removed from reluctant humans in the violent, futuristic action film "Repo Men." Kidneys, hearts, livers, all high-tech and artificial, are taken out and, in the movie's cautionary premise, rented to the...
  • 'LOTR' symphony sets Elvish to music

    The members of the World Festival Symphony Orchestra are accustomed to performing on strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion. It's just the specific forms of these instruments that might feel a little foreign to the musicians as they rehearse this week:...
  • An uneasy accord

    LAST year, one of Canada's most prestigious museums approached the cartoonist Seth, whose work combines realistic, character-based storytelling with a muted, nostalgic visual style reminiscent of Edward Hopper, about a show of contemporary artists who use...