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  • Terry Gilliam’s bad luck with “Don Quixote” continues

     
    The unluckiest filmmaker of them all, Terry Gilliam, has run into financing problems that have stopped his re-started film “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” in its tracks. Considering the disasters that have befallen this project over the...
  • Will Monty Python reunite for 'Absolutely Anything'?

     
    "Help! Help! I'm being repressed! There's not enough Monty Python in my life!" If that's been on your mind lately, help is tentatively on the way: Following Darren Aronofsky's Toronto International Film Festival-endorsed "Black Swan," Phoenix Pictures...
  • Harry Nilsson documentary opens Friday in West Hollywood

     
    Songwriter Jimmy Webb calls him “the best singer of our generation.” Filmmaker and Monty Python alumnus Terry Gilliam describes him as “a fallen angel.” Randy Newman compares his knack for writing indelible melodies to Franz Schubert, Paul...
  • 'Biutiful,' a stark look at the lives of migrants, opens film festival in Mexico

     
    The Morelia International Film Festival opened here Saturday night with a lavish inaugural screening and the Mexican premiere of "Biutiful," the new film by director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu that is picked to represent Mexico at the 2011 Academy...
  • Morelia Film Festival: Notes, reflections and winners

     
    As a first-time visitor to the Morelia International Film Festival, I got more than a full dose of what contemporary cinema in Mexico looks like these days. Indeed, I might have overloaded. Over the course of 5 ½ days at the festival last week, I managed...
  • TV This Week for Oct. 31st – Nov. 6th

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Oct. 31 - Nov. 6 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies SUNDAY When contestants on the British edition of “Big Brother”......
  • Saturday's Highlights: "A Family Thanksgiving" on Hallmark

     
    Click here to download TV listings for the week of Nov. 7 - 13 in PDF format Weekly TV Listings can also be downloaded here This week's TV Movies ‘A FAMILY THANKSGIVING': A corporate attorney (Daphne Zuniga) awakes in an......
  • Opera review: Mike Figgis directs 'Lucrezia Borgia' for English National Opera

     
    Mike Figgis' cinematic new production of Donizetti's opera, "Lucrezia Borgia," is reviewed by Mark Swed...
  • DVD Review: 'La Jetée' and 'Sans Soleil'

    DVD Review: 'La Jetée' and 'Sans Soleil'
    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...
  • Local Q&A: California Wives

    Local Q&A: California Wives
    California Wives' full-length debut "Art History" is littered with song titles taken from cities both near ("Los Angeles") and far ("Tokyo"). According to frontman Jayson Kramer, however, the guitar rockers, who first got together in 2009, have yet to...
  • The spread on `Spam'

    The spread on `Spam'
    IT'S a dark and crowded theater in New York. The curtain has only been up five minutes, and Steve Wynn, the billionaire owner of the Wynn Las Vegas hotel, leans in, grips my knee and whispers in my ear: "Eric," he says, "this will be great in Las Vegas."...
  • Video review: 'Watchmen'

    Video review: 'Watchmen'
    Alan Moore was right. There isn't a movie in his landmark graphic novel "Watchmen" -- at least not a really good one. What we get instead is something acceptable but pedestrian, an adaptation that is more a prisoner of its story than the master of it....