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Joanne Koch, Influential Film Society of Lincoln Center Executive, Dies at 92

Joanne Koch, the longtime executive director of the Film Society of Lincoln Center who helped shape the culture of cinema in New York and around the world, has died. She was 92. Koch died Tuesday in New York, a spokesperson for Film at Lincoln Center, as the organization is now known, told The Hollywood Reporter. Koch, […]

Critic’s Picks: A March To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

A series of seminal Asian American films, classics from Coppola and Eastwood and a retrospective of African American genre movies are among offerings in March for SoCal cinephiles.

Critic’s Picks: A July To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Hollywood on location; classic noir and screwball comedy; two Kurosawa gems; and an eclectic 1960s primer for Quentin Tarantino's latest are among this month's highlights in Los Angeles retrospective and revival houses.

Critic’s Picks: A February To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

SoCal cinephiles can pick from classics about working women, matinees of Milos Forman movies, a tribute to Japan's greatest animation filmmaker and more.

Critic’s Picks: A December To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among highlights on the Los Angeles retrospective and revival scene this month are a celebration of classic American screwball, a trio of essential film noirs and a program focused on a Nigerian director who remains little-known in the U.S.

A March To-Do List for Film Buffs in Los Angeles

Good movies are scarce at the multiplex these days; luckily, Los Angeles cinephiles can pick from retrospectives and revivals of Sterling Hayden films, 80s indie classics and more.

Hattie McDaniel Defies Critics in 1947 Essay: “I Have Never Apologized”

"I have been told that I have kept alive the stereotype of the Negro servant," the first African-American Oscar winner wrote in a moving op-ed. "They think the public more naive than it actually is."