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An April To-Do List for Film Buffs in Los Angeles

Los Angeles moviegoers suffering from 'Batman v. Superman' fatigue have a plethora of alternative options this month, including screenings of films by Godard, Dreyer, Farhadi, Akerman and more.

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.

‘Orson Welles’s Last Movie’: Book Review

Josh Karp's wild, star-studded history of the director's final film is a must-read for cinema scholars and Old Hollywood gossip-lovers alike.

4 Filmmakers That Survived the Sophomore Slump (Video)

Director Neill Blomkamp arrived with 'District 9,' stumbled with 'Elysium' and tries to rebound with 'Chappie.' The good news? These successful directors endured poor second outings.

‘Annie’: Film Review

Quvenzhane Wallis and Jamie Foxx play 21st century incarnations of the comic-strip orphan and her billionaire benefactor in this musical update

Legendary Cinematographer Oswald Morris Dies at 98

He won an Oscar for "Fiddler on the Roof" and shot such films as "Lolita," "Oliver!" "The Wiz" and "Moulin Rouge," one of nine films he made with John Huston.

Emmys 2012: Danny Huston on Embracing His Inner ‘Badass’ as Villain of ‘Magic City’

Huston, a part of an acting dynasty that dates back a century, says his character on the Starz series reminds him of the villain his father played in "Chinatown."

John Huston: Courage and Art: Book Review

A new biography fleshes out the wild sex life of the legendary director, writes Todd McCarthy.

Anjelica Huston Penning Memoir Due in 2013

The still untitled autobiography will detail the Oscar winner's rocky relationships with her famous director father, John Huston, and former flame Jack Nicholson.

‘Empire Strikes Back,’ ‘Airplane!’ Among 25 Movies Named to National Film Registry

"All the President's Men," "The Exorcist" and "Malcolm X" also were chosen by the Librarian of Congress as being "culturally, historically or aesthetically" significant.