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  • Central Fla. actor Shea Whigham is all over the screen this spring

     
    Shea Whigham was in full Civil War attire, dressed as an Army captain and standing at the witness stand for a scene from “The Conspirator,” Robert Redford’s new movie about the Lincoln assassination and the trial of one of those...
  • Culture Watch: 'Dreams From Underground' by Julian Bell, New York Review of Books

     
    "Dreams From Underground" Julian Bell, New York Review of Books, June 9 issue The lively images of lions, bison, panthers and other animals inside the Chauvet caves in Southern France are at least 32,000 years old -- the world's oldest......
  • ‘Cave of Forgotten Dreams’ opens in Orlando Friday!

     
    Lots of calls and emails about Werner Herzog's latest documentary, “Cave of Forgotten Dreams,” about long-hidden cave paintings by ancient man. Poetic, “spellbinding,” all the sorts of words one loves to hear about a Herzog...
  • The reading life: Susan Salter Reynolds on gifts of the written word

     
    No one ever gave me books. It used to bother me. But I also understood. Who would give a critic a book, entirely for pleasure? This has changed. There is now a young man who gives me books. Not just......
  • Roger Ebert returns with 'Roger Ebert presents At the Movies'

     
    Reviewing 'Roger Ebert presents at the Movies'...
  • Movie Preview: Cave of Forgotten Dreams

     
    I cannot think of any filmmaker I would rather go into the “Cave of Forgotten Dreams” with more than Werner Herzog. This trailer has poetry, artistry and warmth. Here's a documentary worth seeking out....
  • The films of 2011 — a pretty complete list

     
    Dates are changing, studios are firming up release plans, figuring out what will actually be finished in time for this or that target date, in some cases. Films will be picked up at Sundance and find their way into theaters. Documentaries will find a...
  • Werner Herzog gets the shaft again from the Academy

     
    If you were compiling a short list of the preeminent documentarians of our time who are still working at the top of their game, it would be hard to imagine the list not including the always adventuresome, always unpredictable Werner......
  • Art Review: Hilja Keading, 'The Bonkers Devotional' at Angles Gallery

     
    Hilja Keading's "The Bonkers Devotional" is a powerful piece of theater that works best when it doesn't give too much away. At Angles Gallery, the setup is brilliant: a room within a room that presents a video within a video,......
  • MOCA Los Angeles Gala: Stefani, Kunis, Bilson, Ferrell and herds more celebrate a 'culture collision' in L.A.

     
    Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art marked its 31st year Saturday with celebrities and art powerhouses alike, following up last year's powerful, Brangelina- and Lady Gaga-blessed 30th birthday with gusto. Conceived by artist Doug Aitken, the Artist'...
  • DVD Review: My Son My Son What Have Ye Done

     
    I am a bit late getting to “My Son My Son What Have Ye Done” on DVD, primarily because of its lineage. I've been a Werner Herzog fan for years, and an indifferent David Lynch fan over the course of his career. But a David Lynch film as...
  • Werner Herzog's 3-D doc makes a secret appearance in L.A.

     
    Werner Herzog's "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" got tons of attention when it played to sold-out screenings up at the Toronto Film Festival last week, since every new Herzog documentary is something of an event, especially a groundbreaking doc like "Cave,".......