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  1. Unfinished Spaces: Film Review

    12:30 pm 6/20/2011

    The documentary, from Alysa Nahmias and Benjamin Murray, centers on an unfinished architectural project that reflects the Cuban experience of the past 60 years.Read more

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  2. Renée: Los Angeles Film Fest Review

    1:53 pm 6/19/2011

    Eric Drath’s documentary explores the life of transsexual tennis star Renée Richards before and after her 1975 gender reassignment surgery.Read more

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  3. Please Do Not Disturb: Los Angeles Film Fest Review

    1:41 pm 6/19/2011

    Writer-director Mohsen Abdolvahab's comedy is one of the first Iranian films to offer up the everyday life of contemporary urbanites with a fine degree of insight and wit.Read more

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  4. Kate Bosworth to Star in Third Film for Director Kat Coiro

    3:34 pm 6/17/2011

    Helmer's "Life Happens," also starring the actress, premieres at the Los Angeles Film Festival Saturday.Read more

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  5. Bernie: Film Review

    11:26 am 6/17/2011

    Richard Linklater's oddball look at a Texas murder opened the Los Angeles Film Festival Thursday night.Read more

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  6. Los Angeles Film Festival: What You Need to Know

    5:09 pm 6/16/2011

    Guillermo del Toro is guest director of the event, which kicked off Thursday and includes a screening of Ryan Gosling's "Drive."Read more

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  7. A Better Life: Film Review

    1:53 pm 6/15/2011

    By keeping things simple and understated, director Chris Weitz and screenwriter Eric Eason have crafted a little gem where humanity is observed with compassion, not condescension.Read more

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  8. What You Need to Know This Year

    6:00 am 6/14/2011

    BACKLOT: Rebecca Yeldham and David Ansen keep it downtown and diverse enough for everyone.Read more

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  9. Mahler on the Couch -- Film Review

    1:57 pm 6/23/2010

    Percy Adlon is up to old tricks in this delightful, witty, artistically vigorous and occasionally loony fantasia about Vienna's cultural elite 100 years ago.Read more

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