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

From Rohmer's romances to X-rated classics, rare British dramas to '60s American experimental films, July has a wide variety of options for tentpole-fatigued Los Angeles cinephiles.

Haskell Wexler, ‘Cuckoo’s Nest’ Cinematographer, Dies at 93

The five-time Oscar nominee won for 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' and 'Bound for Glory' and was the mastermind behind the landmark 'Medium Cool.'

Savannah Film Fest: Directors of 9 Top 2015 Docs Discuss Challenges, Rewards of Filmmaking

Geeta Patel, Liz Garbus, Morgan Neville, Robert Gordon, Asif Kapadia, Bobcat Goldthwait, Crystal Moselle, Matthew Heineman, Kirby Dick and Evgeny Afineevsky sat down with THR's Scott Feinberg on the…

‘Best of Enemies’: Sundance Review

Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon's wonderful documentary convincingly argues that the Buckley-Vidal debates marked the beginning of the end of the gray days of "objective" TV news.

‘The 50 Year Argument’: Sheffield Review

Scorsese co-directs this handsome and stimulating documentary celebrating five decades of the New York Review of Books.

Tribeca: ‘Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia’ Filmmaker on the Late Author’s Life and Legacy (Q&A)

Australian filmmaker Nicholas Wrathall's thorough documentary on Vidal's life paints an intimate portrait of a man many revere as one of America's last great intellectuals.

Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia: Tribeca Review

Nicholas Wrathall's documentary chronicles the celebrated life and career of the late author and political gadfly.

Tribeca: ‘Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia’ Trailer Hits the Web (Video)

The new documentary highlights the public figure's life and achievements, and features his final on-camera interviews.

Why Hollywood Owes a Debt of Gratitude to Gore Vidal (Appreciation)

Adapting Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly, Last Summer" for the screen, he slyly defied both the Production Code and the Catholic Church, showing other writers they didn't have to bowdlerize their work.

Gore Vidal Remembered By Nephew Burr Steers

The "Igby Goes Down" screenwriter and director on the private life of the novelist, screenwriter and provocateur who died July 31 at age 86: "He loved conversation, and he loved people who could…

Gore Vidal’s Hollywood Friends Remember Him

Susan Sarandon, Peter Bogdanovich and Anjelica Huston share their memories.

Producer and Cast of Gore Vidal’s ‘The Best Man’ Pay Tribute to Late Writer

"Speaking his witty and eloquent words every night only reinforces for me what a genius he was," show star and close friend Cybill Shepherd said.