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  • TV Review: 'Klondike'

    Discovery stakes a claim on scripted programming with the epic miniseries "Klondike," and if the lavish production doesn't quite strike gold, it comes close enough to encourage further exploration. Boasting a first-rate cast, an increasingly engrossing...
  • L.A. Times Travel Show: Doors open; Frommer and Milano to appear

    L.A. Times Travel Show: Doors open; Frommer and Milano to appear
    Thousands of travel enthusiasts are expected at the L.A. Times Travel Show this weekend to explore potential vacation spots, taste new foods, watch travel videos and films, and meet celebrities such as actress Alyssa Milano and travel guide author-...
  • Sundance 2014: With 'God Help the Girl,' the stars of track and film

    Sundance 2014: With 'God Help the Girl,' the stars of track and film
    PARK CITY, Utah -- Seven years ago at Sundance, a member of a soulful rock band from across the pond made his directorial debut with a music-themed movie populated with haunting melodies and a delicate relationship between a male and female musician....
  • Sundance Film Festival: Stars Party and Celebrate Film in Park City

    For the 30th anniversary of the Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford wanted to jump out of a cake. Before introducing the Jan. 16 opening night film, Damien Chazelle's "Whiplash" (which Sony Pictures Classics acquired), Redford revealed to the Eccles...
  • Sundance Institute and Mahindra Choose 4 Filmmakers for Global Prizes

    Sundance Institute and Mahindra have chosen Hong Khaou's "Monsoon" (Vietnam/U.K.), Tobias Lindholm's "A War" (Denmark), Ashlee Page's "Archive" (Australia) and Neeraj Ghaywan's "Fly Away Solo" (India) as the winners of the fourth annual Sundance...
  • ‘Captain America:’ Cap, Widow take charge in new ‘Winter Soldier’ clip

     
    Chris Evans' patriotic Steve Rogers is taking down bad guys on the high seas in a new four-minute clip from […]...
  • Oscar's Best-Picture Nominations Surprisingly Risky

    People rarely describe Oscar voters as edgy or daring, citing the best-picture victories of "nice" films like "American in Paris" over "Streetcar Named Desire" or "Dances With Wolves" over "Goodfellas." This year, however, it's Oscar gone wild, with...
  • 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Tracking for Massive $85 Million-Plus Opening

    Following the "Avengers" bump, "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" looks to continue Marvel's stellar track record of boffo openings. Next month's "Captain America" sequel -- in theaters April 4 - is on course for an $85 million-$90 million opening...
  • Who lost what in the Oscar nominations!

    "THAT IS a very silly question!" This was Diahann Carroll responding to the query: "What talent would you most like to have?" in Vanity Fair's Proust Questionnaire for February. Perhaps the beauteous Miss Carroll feels she has all the talent she can...
  • 'Maidentrip': Thrilling doc about a Dutch teen sailing the world solo

    'Maidentrip': Thrilling doc about a Dutch teen sailing the world solo
    I was 15 the first time I flew to a non-English-speaking country by myself, an experience at once terrifying, thrillingly adult and exceedingly small potatoes compared to that of Laura Dekker, the Dutch teenager who sailed around the world alone from 2010...
  • After Oscar Nominations, There's No Clear Frontrunner

    Academy voters try to adhere to the organization's myriad rules during Oscar season -- except for the one barring them from talking about their vote. A convivial lot, Academy members (I've been one for 30 years) habitually chat about their likes and...
  • Sundance: Festival Suffers From Too Much Brooklyn

    Robert Redford had said that he wanted this year's Sundance film festival, which celebrated its 30th anniversary, to go back to its independent roots. But even as some of the films felt smaller and took bigger risks, that didn't mean they struck a chord...