Sponsored Post “Found In Eagle Rock,” is a new feature film by Joe Lombard, a local filmmaker whose work has appeared in the Buzz, which examines how gentrification [more…]
Academy Award-nominated documentary filmmaker and Windsor Square resident Robert Kenner will open his latest film, “Command and Control,” this Friday, September 30th at the Nuart [more…]
With outdoor movie screenings now occurring regularly all over Los Angeles, you’d think the market might be saturated – but low and behold – it’s [more…]
The Los Angeles Film Fest is produced by Film Independent, a non-profit arts organization dedicated to promoting and supporting independent films and filmmakers that embody [more…]
The Hollywood sign appears as the backdrop of our lives here in the greater Hancock Park area. We hardly take note of it shining white-bright [more…]
My husband and I snuck off to the late night opening of “Gravity” at the newly renovated IMAX 3D Chinese Theatre on Hollywood Boulevard last [more…]
The most famous theater in Hollywood has been closed now for just 4 1/2 months, but you can see exactly what they’ve done to the [more…]
Most of us don’t take the time to just sit and watch the world walk by. So Carthay Circle filmmaker Alan Marino did just that [more…]
Last year’s Oscar winner for Best Picture, “The Artist”, won the hearts of many Academy voters for its unique silent film format, and made many [more…]
For all you lovers of time travel, here’s an opportunity to get some real science to back up your sci-fi fantasies: tonight the Cinefamily on Fairfax will pair up a sci-fi film with a University of Southern California professor to explore time travel.
Think you can name the best picture Oscar winners from the last few years? How about for the last 84 years?
Local filmmakers Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine will be screening their film “The Selling” tonight, Monday Oct 22nd at the Egyptian Theater. The independent feature, from an original screenplay by St. Andrews Square resident Diani, is a story about ghosts, demonic possession, and real estate.
A number of film crews will be in Hancock Park this week for film and television shoots according to recent notices from Film LA, Inc. Since you’ll be driving past… [Read more.]
How many times have you driven by the Pickford Center on Vine and wondered what goes on inside that prestigious looking building?…[Read more.]
Explore the real physics behind superheroes by connecting the actual science to the superhero fantasy in an event hosted by the Academy of Motion Pictures on Wednesday August 15th at the Samuel Goldwyn Theater…[Read more.]
Cinema takes on a new dimension this summer as a slew of outdoor screenings under the stars happen on weekends around LA…[Read more.]
Cinespia will be screening the 1993 thriller Jurassic Park on July 3rd, followed by late-night fireworks for those looking for a bit of Independence Day noise [more…]
Larchmont filmmaker and local resident Libby Spears is kick starting her documentary on the child sex trade in America, and she only has 21 days left…[Read more.]
The summer lineup of films for Oscars Outdoors is published, and tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday June 1st for the first event…[Read more.]
I walked into the Cinefamily Silent Movie Theater on Fairfax a couple Wednesdays back for Jamaican Noir—a double-feature screening of Marley (a new documentary on the eponymous Bob) and Jimmy Cliff’s The Harder They Come— and, nearly four hours later, walked out a free man, mine eyes and soul opened to the beauty, complexity, and way-of-life that is reggae…[Read more.]