Return of the Living Dead

Return of the Living Dead To amazingly little publicity, the Clu Gulager film festival kicked off last night (Wednesday the 27th) at the New Beverly Cinema. Tonight’s raison ... Continue Reading →

CSNY/Déjà Vu

CSNY/Déjà Vu   Stephen Stills and Neil Young – July 4, 1976, Niagara Falls, NY I am a dyed in the wool fan of most things around Crosby, Stills, Nash and ... Continue Reading →

Fascination For Animation

Fascination For Animation   “Voodoo” by Gobelins Studio, France No one can doubt my commitment to the art of animation. When most of the other graduating seniors ... Continue Reading →

Jesus, Mary Magdalene And “Bloodline”

Jesus, Mary Magdalene And “Bloodline”   “I think I’m just a reasonable guy,” says documentarian Bruce Burgess in front of a sold-out, opening night crowd at the Laemmle ... Continue Reading →

New Film Programs Abuzz In L.A.

New Film Programs Abuzz In L.A.   There is something in the air and it’s more than Spring pollen. The film programming that has currently reared its head in the Los ... Continue Reading →

“Roman de Gare”

Roman de Gare   Every trick he's ever learned making films are included in Oscar-winning director, Claude Lelouche's intriguing Roman de Gare. Starring Dominique ... Continue Reading →

Boarding Gate

Boarding Gate: Do Not Enter   The hodge-podge known as Boarding Gate opening at Laemmle's Sunset 5 on March 28 makes one think that director/Writer Olivier Assayas,Cinematographer ... Continue Reading →

Married Life

Married Life   Deception, passion, and some of the difficulties and restraints of married life get an exciting, artistic and absorbing look in Ira Sach's Married Life Set ... Continue Reading →