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January 4, 2013
Get your gangster fix with a double feature of Martin Scorsese's lauded life-of-crime classic "Goodfellas" and the Coen Brothers' equally classic mob tale, "Miller's Crossing. " Bloody and bold, these two films will have you cocking your fedora and dusting off your spats in no time. The Egyptian Theater, 6712 Hollywood Blvd., L.A. Sat. 7:30 p.m. $11. (323) 466-3456;
June 10, 1990 | Kevin Thomas
A great Neo-realist double feature: the first is Roberto Rossellini's raw epic of the liberation of Rome featuring Anna Magnani (left); the second is Vittorio de Sica's quietly powerful study of old age with Carlo Battisti (right). (KCET Saturday at 9 p.m., 10:45 p.m.)
January 5, 2010
On the big screen Where: The American Cinematheque, Egyptian Theatre, 6712 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood When: 5:30 p.m. Sunday, birthday celebration with karaoke and trivia games; 7:30 p.m. double feature of "Elvis '56" and "Jailhouse Rock" Price: $10 general admission Contact: (323) 466-3456
December 29, 2011
MOVIES The New Beverly shines a light on French filmmaker Francois Truffaut's Hitchcock phase with a double feature of his 1968 revenge tale "The Bride Wore Black," starring Jeanne Moreau as a vengeful widow, and his 1969 suspense thriller "Mississippi Mermaid," with Jean-Paul Belmondo and Catherine Deneuve. "Bride" screens in a new 35mm print. New Beverly Cinema, 7165 Beverly Blvd., L.A. 7:30 p.m. Thu. and Fri. $8. (323) 938-4038.
November 29, 2007 | Lea Lion
Actress Brooke Adams is used to being on one side of the camera. But during a recent visit to the set of the TV series "Monk," which stars her husband Tony Shalhoub, Adams found herself behind the lens instead. The crew was on location at an old Italian villa in the California wine country and the light was just right, Adams recalls, so she snapped a photograph.
October 25, 2012 | By David Pagel
Kathy Butterly does for sculpture what digital technology does for information: pack so much into such small spaces that it's impossible to reconcile an object's literal dimensions with the kicks it delivers. Size matters, but not like it used to. Think of what Butterly does as the microscopic sublime. Intimately and gently, she blows your mind, time after time, and never the same way.  At Shoshana Wayne Gallery, “Lots of Little Love Affairs” consists of 15 tabletop sculptures the New York artist has made over the last 18 months.
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