At the Los Angeles screening of the eagerly anticipated extended cut of the acclaimed drama, the film's writer/director and lead actress recall shooting the shocking climax in the bitter cold.
Programmers from the Academy, Drafthouse LA, Cinefamily and UCLA gathered at the Hammer to talk shop and spill secrets on how and why certain films play in LA and others don't.
On the lost Bill Murray comedy that resurfaced all-too-briefly on YouTube this week.
One of LA's best screening series is curated by one of its most exciting young producers.
Spoilers ahead, but if you're wondering whether movie marketing oversold the promise of Liam Neeson's action flick, director Joe Carnahan explains that chances are you won't be disappointed by what he actually filmed.
In conversation in Los Angeles, the director took a few notes from his latest thriller to plunge into a conversation about some of the psychological reasons we enjoy films, as well as shared some pretty amusing anecdotes along the way.
The cast of the Brian DePalma cult classic rock out 40 years later.
After going undistributed when it was made in 1982, a charming African-American romance gets a new lease on life.
Now in its 29th year, the screening series continues to revive the luster of both L.A.'s movie palaces and the films they show.
In honor of the online release of Tom Noonan's Grand Jury Prize-winning, wonderfully awkward first date movie, we're republishing the actor/writer/director's remembrance about it at the Cinefamily as well as where you can see it now.
Among the two comedy legends' greatest achievements, this searing 1969 Hollywood satire is never mentioned, but a recent special screening at Los Angeles' New Beverly Cinema revealed why it should be.
Nearly the entire cast and crew of the undersung 1978 drama about a recently paroled career criminal reunited at the L.A. Film Fest to recall how they pulled off the job.