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Times Staff WriterNominations for the Independent Spirit Awards were announced Tuesday with a mix of well-known, critically acclaimed films such as "In the Bedroom" and "Memento" joining edgier and more controversial films such as "L.I.E." and "The Believer" among the...
Tags: Molly Parker, Academy Awards, Family, Ceremonies, Steve Buscemi
Sun Movie CriticThe Golden Globes are history - which means it's time to start handicapping the Oscar race in earnest. Judging by Sunday's awards show, A Beautiful Mind should earn itself a passel of Oscar nominations when the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences...
Sun Movie CriticIn the year just ended, an actor's strike was averted, a big green ogre ruled the box office, Julia Roberts proved the Oscars' only sure thing, Tom and Nicole split up (suggesting that maybe the lack of heat generated in Eyes Wide Shut wasn't all Kubrick'...
Once upon a time not so very long ago I was a young woman living a writerly life of working poverty in New York City, which, for better or worse, engendered certain expectations from HBO's "Girls." I admired though did not love the first season and felt...
Tags: Lena Dunham, Girls (tv program), Table Tennis, Book
Is there better cold weather music out there than what's being made by Iceland's Sigur Ros? Possibly. But I'm going wtih them. Head to Real Art Ways in Hartford on Friday for a screening of Valtari, an experimental film project involving a dozen...
Tags: Music, Real Art Ways, Iceland
When Phylicia Rashad was cast as a replacement Violet Weston in Anna D. Shapiro's Broadway production of Tracy Letts' "August: Osage County," the Broadway gossip boards were abuzz with the notion of casting an African-American actress, best known for...
Tags: Rentals, Cynda Williams, Music, Barack Obama, Emmett Till
Hedwig has pepped up a bit since my last encounter with the East German transsexual. The title character of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" has always been a study in dichotomy: both male and female, both happy and sad. In the In the Wings production of...
Tags: Concerts, Music, Buddy Dyer, Theater Downtown, Music Theater
She was a glam queen when it still mattered: Marlene Dietrich was born 110 years ago this year and The Criterion in New Haven will be offering a tribute to her in the Movies and Mimosas series each weekend in September, beginning Sept. 3 and 4 at 11:30 a....
The new season doesn't start for another month, but the Costa Mesa Playhouse is getting a head start this weekend. Friday night through Sunday only, the playhouse will stage its annual musical fundraiser, this one entitled "That Was Then ... This is Now!...
Zap2ItAlso a producer of the drama, Nicole Kidman was an Oscar nominee for her intense work in David Lindsay-Abaire's adaptation of his own play. Kidman and Aaron Eckhart star as a couple still struggling, months later, to deal with the sudden loss of their...
“Rabbit Hole” is suffocatingly sad, as you can imagine any film would be that deals with the death of a young child. The challenge is to find a way to get people to want to see it, and then want to sit through it, without being filled with...
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