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Mort Sahl, Caustic Stand-Up Comic of the 1950s, Dies at 94

Mort Sahl, the caustic, kinetic stand-up comedian of the late 1950s and early ’60s whose unflinching bipartisan barbs defined political satire for a generation of Americans, has died. He was 94. Sahl, described as “Will Rogers with fangs” by Time on Aug. 15, 1960, when he made history as the first stand-up to be featured […]

‘Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice’: Theater Review

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Suzanne Vega appears in the world premiere of 'Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice,' a musical adaptation of the 1969 Paul Mazursky film featuring songs by Duncan Sheik.

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

A tribute to French filmmaker Claire Denis, a retrospective devoted to Bruce Dern, the annual TCM Classic Film Festival and a series of vintage noirs are among options for SoCal cinephiles this month.

An April To-Do List for Film Buffs in L.A.

Among highlights on the Los Angeles retrospective and revival scene this month are a timely series of films about refugees, a run of modern French classics and screenings of favorites from Paul Mazursky, Jonathan Demme and more.

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

Who needs 'Hunger Games' when you've got vintage Varda, rare Rivette and other odd and classic gems playing on big screens around Los Angeles?

Paul Mazursky Remembered by Mel Brooks, Richard Dreyfuss at Memorial Service

"The best capturer of human behavior on film was Paul"

Writers Guild Awards: Hosts Joke About Woody Allen Scandals, ‘Her’ and ‘Captain Phillips’ Take Top Film Prizes

"Breaking Bad," "Veep," "House of Cards," "30 Rock" and "The Colbert Report" win TV trophies while David Simon, James Schamus and "The Simpsons" executive producer Sam Simon are honored.

WGA Awards: How Honoree Paul Mazursky Captured the Culture (Q&A)

The writer-director, who tracked the winds of social change that swept across America beginning in the '60s with his movies like "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice" and "An Unmarried Woman," talks to THR about the impact of his films and which of his works he thinks was underrated.

Paul Mazursky Named Recipient of Writers Guild’s Highest Honor

The writer of Oscar-nominated screenplays for "Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice," "An Unmarried Woman" and "Enemies: A Love Story" will receive the Screen Laurel Award on Feb. 1 at the JW Marriott Los Angeles.

Stanley Kubrick’s Debut ‘Fear and Desire’ Due on Blu-ray

After Kubrick kept the film out of circulation for decades, Kino Lorber is set to release a restored version on home video in October.