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When Radio City Music Hall Was “Center of the Universe” for Movie Premieres

Forty years after Radio City Music Hall almost shut down in 1979, Doris Day, Elliott Gould, Bruce Davidson and Kim Cattrall remember its glory days.

‘Displacement’: Film Review

Plagued by disturbing shifts in time, a physics student tries to prevent — and undo — catastrophe in 'Displacement.'

A March To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among retrospective and revival highlights in Los Angeles this month are a series curated by Olivier Assayas, an annual noir festival and a weekend of films about "gaslighting."

‘Persecuted’ Filmmakers Raising Money to Buy Home for Family of Imprisoned Pastor

Saeed Abedini converted from Islam to Christianity and was helping to build an orphanage in Iran when he was arrested, tortured and sentenced to eight years in prison.

Secretive Hollywood Conservative Group Hosts Screening for Fred Thompson (Exclusive)

The former U.S. senator screened his upcoming movie "Persecuted," co-produced by Oscar-winner Gray Frederickson, for Friends of Abe.

Religious Thriller ‘Persecuted’ Giving Free Tickets to Clergy

The strategy differs from the usual tactic of films trying to woo the faithful with pre-screenings, then attempting to pack theaters by selling group tickets to churches.

Fred Thompson Thriller ‘Persecuted’ Nabbed by Millennium Entertainment

The movie, about a televangelist on the run, is co-produced by Oscar winner Gray Frederickson.

A Song at Twilight: Theater Review

A late work by Noel Coward, staged at Pasadena Playhouse, examines the state of the closet in England circa 1966.

Noel Coward’s ‘A Song at Twilight’ Comes to Pasadena Playhouse

One of the playwright's most daring pieces, starring Bruce Davison, Sharon Lawrence and Roxanne Hart, runs through April 13.