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The darker side of mid-20th-century Hollywood glamour found movie stars struggling to retain their identities and souls despite the iron grip of the all-powerful studio and publicity machines. Perversions and crimes that would reflect badly on their
Tonight's the final comedy matchups for the 7th annual March Comedy Madness tournament; the Festival of Film Noir and the Indian Film Festival of LA continue through the weekend; Christopher Sullivan animation screening and complementary art
The ever popular First Fridays at NHM proves that scientists know how to party; a new film noir series opens; musical parodies based on Little House on the Prairie and King of Kong; Red Bull's national DJ compeition champion will be crowned tonight;
I discovered just what that meant when I arrived at the hotel's ocean-view dining room only to be told by the publicist that Mr. Lancaster would be late...Just minutes later, Lancaster appeared at the table wearing an enormous bathrobe over his swim
A series of film noir hosted by Jon Noe at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at Historic Everett Theatre, 2911 Colby Ave., Everett; 425-258-6766...Loretta Young's invalid husband (Barry Sullivan) thinks his wife and doctor (Bruce Cowling) are conspring to kill him.
The Killers have done Vegas proud in many ways, but there is a secret about the band that bugs the media here and around the world. The Killers routinely turn down requests from photojournalists (at newspapers, magazines and websites) who want to
March Music Residencies with Harriet, Hunter Hunted, Film Noir Screenings and Rad!...We found a number of film noir screenings tonight, including The Postman Always Rings Twice with John Garfied; a couple of new music residencies with Harriet and
Friday, Mar. 01, 2013 The Man Who Knew Too Much Criterion Collection; Blu-ray, $39.95; DVD, $29.95; not rated Alfred Hitchcock directed more than 50 feature films but chose to remake only one: the 1934 British production The Man Who Knew Too Much,
Film and Television Archive's one-of-a-kind Festival of Preservation opens for business Friday night with a knockout new print of one of the killer classics of film noir, Joseph H...It's too bad the concept of preservation has such a musty sound,
Film Center; and American.Film.Week, new films from American independent filmmakers, at Northwest Film Forum.