| Feb 17, 2012
| 3:40 PM
Most of French director Chris Marker's films are documentaries (at least, of a sort), but he remains best known internationally for his beautiful 1962 “La Jetée,” a half-hour science-fiction film, whose technique reflects its central theme...
| Jul 13, 2012
| 9:26 AM
About a decade ago, Cody ChesnuTT surprised and thrilled music lovers with "The Headphone Masterpiece," an ambitious, low-fi album that reminded listeners of the psychedelic soul classics of the 1970s.
Some considered it an over-hyped oddity. Others were...
| Jul 23, 2010
| 4:46 PM
Later Friday, Michel Gondry, the French director of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," will visit the Hall H stage at Comic-Con International to promote "The Green Hornet," a masked-man action- comedy starring Seth Rogen.
It turns out that --...
| Feb 11, 2007
HUGH GRANT is sent many scripts for romantic comedies. "There's one sitting on my computer right now," the movie star says from his home in England. "It starts in hell. I won't go any further."
Indeed, what's offered to Grant, the swankily good-looking,...
| Nov 16, 2006
They leaped. Will fans follow?
You grow, and your fans grow with you — at least, that's what Copeland frontman Aaron Marsh is hoping. The Atlanta-based quartet's third album, "Eat, Sleep, Repeat," leaves behind what Marsh calls "a lot of the...
| Jul 26, 2010
When the big studios commit big bucks on their big franchises, the list of directors deemed equal to the task suddenly can grow very small.
FOR THE RECORD:
New directors: An article in Monday's Calendar section about studios'...
| May 30, 2010
He's the kind of guy who waxes rhapsodic about his love for the human race but curses people who don't smile at his dog. He's full of odes to the sweep of life and won't stop sharing them with the strangers he accosts in coffee shops. He has no job and no...
| Feb 11, 2009
Enough with the suffering. Kate Winslet's killing herself for an Oscar.
The 33-year-old actress has gone down with the Titanic for James Cameron, lost her memory in Michel Gondry's "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," endured an unhappy marriage...
| Jul 23, 2010
| 9:33 PM
Comic-Con attendees weren't quite sure what to make of "The Green Hornet," Seth Rogen's reincarnation of the 20th century radio/television superhero. In Hall H on Friday, the footage played to a decent, if not rousing, reception and afterward, many of.......
| Jul 25, 2010
| 9:34 PM
We can't get you a date with Harley Quinn or Ramona Flowers, but we can give you every post from the 2010 event in one handy spot. OVERVIEWS â€¢ In search of the next Christopher Nolan: Studios increasingly are embracing......
| Jul 26, 2010
| 4:34 PM
Here's a longer version of John Horn's Los Angeles Times Calendar article on Comic-Con filmmakers. When the big studios commit big bucks on their big franchises, the list of directors deemed equal to the task suddenly can grow very small.......
| May 6, 2008
Stephen Colbert, whose U.S. presidential campaign was cut short, came out a winner on Tuesday when he walked away with a Webby award as the Internet's "Person of the Year."
Other special achievement winners in the 12th annual Webby awards, known as the "...