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Merci Beaucoup. COLCOA!

It was my great pleasure to attend this year’s COLCOA (“City of Light City of Angels”) French Film Festival at the Directors Guild of America in Hollywood. It ran from April 23 through April...

 

Christopher (Doc Brown) Lloyd at Special Screening

"Great Scott!" Christopher "Doc Brown" Lloyd made an appearance on Friday at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts to treat his adoring fans to a screening and Q & A of his famous film, "Back to...

 

Cirque du Soleil's "Luzia" Opening Night at Dodger Statium

Cirque du Soleil's "Luzia" had its opening night under their famous big-top tent on Parking Lot 1 at Dodger Stadium and did not disappoint. It was a visually pleasing, Mexican-themed production that...

 

Mike Todd, Sculptor-Primary Structures, 1967 to 2017

Sculptor Michael Todd will be featured in the Winter show in the Fine Arts Gallery at West Los Angeles College from December 7 to January 7. Todd creates sculptural works in wood, metal, and clay....

 

A Centennial Arts Experience

1988 features four site-specific dance performances by the award-winning Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre, centering on six featured artworks from Culver Citys public art collection, with the final performance taking place on Saturday, September 9 at 5 or...

 

Quattrosound,

On Saturday, September 23 from 2 pm to 3a live musical performance by Quattrosound, an innovative ensemble will be presenting an inspiring and eclectic program of classical, Latin and jazz works at...

 

Culver City Centennial's '1988' SeriesPresents Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre'sTechnicolor Drip

Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre (HDDT) will bring its innovative and unique site-specific dance to Culver City with Technicolor Drip. The third event in the 1988 series features Heidi Duckler Dance Theatre dancers in and around the parking garage windows...

 

1MOVIE REVIEW: THE LAST FACE

Life is never easy even during the best of times, but when the lens zooms in on the African continent during the South Sudanese or Rwandan genocides, Ethopian famine, the West African Ebola crisis...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: LADY MACBETH

Despite the title, and a few suspicious deaths and machinations of intrigue and deceit, you will find no mention of Shakespeare in this visceral, yet austere, telling of LADY MACBETH as screenwriter...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE

If you're a parent, or someone who's grown up from the elementary school aged to teen/tween years within the past 20 years, you've heard of CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS. Written and illustrated by Dav Pilkey...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: SNATCHED

It's been far too long since Goldie Hawn graced the silver screen which, in and of itself, makes SNATCHED a welcome addition to this weekend's movie-going. But add the direction of Jonathan Levine and...

 

2017 LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL "MUST SEE FESTIVAL FILMS"

It's that time again! Time for the LOS ANGELES FILM FESTIVAL. And what a festival 2017 should prove to be! Returning for the second year to its latest home base in the Heart of Screenland - Culver Cit...

 

1MOVIE REVIEW: THE HERO

Sam Elliott. The minute you hear the name an indelible image appears in your mind. The now silver moustache, the loose finger-ready hair, a tall lanky physique, the languid deep slightly graveled voic...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: ALIEN: COVENANT

proceed on their mission to Origae-6 or locate the source of the signal? Needless to say, they optto locate the signal and then, on discovering it is coming from a planet much closer to them than...

 

Kid Scoop Media Reviews DzAlaska Is a Drag

The prospect ofan openly gay, boxer-drag queen in a closeted Alaskan town seems doubtful. Seems doubtful, that is, until one steps into the world ofDzAlaska Is a Dragdz, written and directed by Shaz Bennett. Reckoning two (seemingly contrary) halves...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: THE PROMISE

For more than a century, much of the world has turned a blind eye to the events that transpired in 1914-1915 leading to the onset of the Ottoman Empire's systematic extermination of what would become...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

One of the most anticipated movies of the year is finally here - BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. The live-action version of the beloved 1991 Disney animated classic of the same name, the first animated feature...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: POWER RANGERS

So often we see beloved television shows and characters - many times from those fun Saturday mornings cartoons and foreign imports that had us glued to the television screen in our youth - move to...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: John Wick: Chapter 2

Like the true legend that he has quickly become, JOHN WICK is back! Ready to allay our fears and be the lone voice of reason and revenge in a world gone crazy. While there's no holds barred...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: HIDDEN FIGURES

Written and directed by Theodore Melfi and co-written by Allison Schroeder, Melfi, based on the book by Margot Lee Shetterly, HIDDEN FIGURES is a "must see" film for every American. This is...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: AMERICAN FABLE

A film eloquently crafted and visualized. A unique story structure. A visual style best described as painterly beauty with strong framing and use of color. A story seen through the eyes of an 11-year...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: SING

As if the world isn't already drinking in enough Technicolored musical cheer with "La La Land", hot on its heels is an animated musical treat to make your Christmas or Hanukkah brighter than bright -...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: MOANA

Disney’s heading back to the sea this Thanksgiving weekend with the beauteous animated feature, MOANA. Inspired by culture, legends and folklore of the Polynesians and Pacific Islanders and the...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: The Space Between Us

Mars. Long a dream of mankind (and especially Buzz Aldrin) is for man to go to Mars. Not just with land rovers and satellites sending images back to Earth, but to walk upon and colonize. NASA and othe...

 

MOVIE REVIEW: HACKSAW RIDGE

It's a box office bonanza at the movies this weekend with not just an eclectic slate of new releases, but award-worthy films, among them the film is without a doubt the best picture of the year....

 

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