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  • Audit finds questionable Long Beach port commission travel expenses

    The Port of Long Beach spent tens of thousands of dollars subsidizing the travel of spouses who accompanied harbor commissioners and staff on trips to Tokyo, Paris and Montreal despite city restrictions that ban such reimbursements, a city audit shows....
  • REVIEW: 'In Secret' ★★ 1/2

    REVIEW: 'In Secret' ★&#9733 1/2
    We keep coming back to "Therese Raquin" for the same reason Emile Zola's 1867 novel of adultery and murder, which ascribed its anti-heroine's amorality to her "hot" African blood, stirred the imaginations of Theodore Dreiser ("An American Tragedy"), James...
  • Audit: Long Beach port commissioners skirted travel expense rules

    A city audit released Thursday reveals that the Port of Long Beach spent thousands of dollars subsidizing the travel of spouses who accompanied harbor commissioners on trips to Tokyo, Paris and Montreal despite city restrictions that ban such...
  • Scandinavian Cinema: 'Nordic Twilight' Heats Up Frozen North

    In case there was any doubt Scandinavian filmmakers are proving they can deliver more than crime thrillers like "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo." With Spanish cinema still caught up in the economic recession storm, Scandinavia is emerging as a fresh...
  • Berlin Film Review: 'Diplomacy'

    The time is August 1944, and as the Allies march towards Paris, the city's artistic and architectural riches lie in danger of Nazi dynamiting. No, it isn't "Return of the Monuments Men," but rather Volker Schlondorff's "Diplomacy," another movie set at...
  • Didier Brunner Steps Down as President of Les Armateurs

    PARIS - Producer Didier Brunner, one of the driving forces of European feature film animation, has stepped down as president of Les Armateurs, the five-time-Oscar nommed Paris-based film/TV animation production house. First attracting attention with...
  • Writer Mavis Gallant, 91, has died

    Writer Mavis Gallant, 91, has died
    Writer Mavis Gallant has died at age 91, her Canadian publisher announced Tuesday. She was primarily known for writing short fiction -- almost all of her 100-plus stories appeared in the New Yorker -- but she also penned two novels and a collection of...
  • Review: 'Tea and Morphine' a potent mix

    Review: 'Tea and Morphine' a potent mix
    Forget about tea and sympathy. How about tea and morphine? Each of the opium wars launched by France and Britain in 19th century China was less a war on drugs than a war for drugs. The imperialist adventurers were after tea and morphine, and they got...
  • TRIP Powers French Film Hub

    Though rising finance in France has become increasingly complicated, the French film industry is still recognized as being the strongest in Europe, due to its relatively high domestic market share, even in off years, and a financing model including...
  • Ile de France Location Expo: Record Participation

    Over 90 exhibitors and between 1,500 and 2,500 participants - including producers, directors, line producers, and DPs - are expected to attend the 4th Ile de France Location Expo. This year, the location show is incorporated within the 1st edition of the...
  • The return of Inspector Maigret

    The return of Inspector Maigret
    In an ambitious act of reinvention, Penguin has announced that it will reissue, in new translations, all 75 of Georges Simenon’s Inspector Maigret mysteries -- some of the bleakest, and best, works ever produced in the genre. The first two are out...
  • 'Seashore,' 'Baby' and 'Moon' Lensing in France in 2014

    Hunger Games-helmer Francis Lawrence will be trekking to Gaul to lens "Seashore" in 2014. Other high profile pics already greenlit by the revamped TRIP tax rebate scheme include NBC's mini-series "Rosemary's Baby" and Bill Mechanic-produced "The Moon and...