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March 30, 1997 | Steve Hochman
After filming "Crash," David Cronenberg's dark film about high-impact vehicular sex, it's no wonder that Rosanna Arquette, 37, longed for visits to her favorite fitness center, some nice relaxing tea and a long walk in the hills. MOVIES: " 'Sling Blade' was the best movie of the year, the most inspirational." STRETCHING: "The Yoga Zone in Brentwood is really beautiful and the teachers are great.
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August 30, 2007 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
FOLLOWING its successful Mods & Rockers Film Festival in July, the American Cinematheque is back this weekend with "Rock Doc: A Celebration of Rock Documentaries" at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. It kicks off tonight with the Los Angeles premiere of actress-filmmaker Rosanna Arquette's 2005 movie "All We Are Saying."
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 1991 | KEVIN THOMAS
Mike Hodges' "Black Rainbow," a psychic thriller with ecological undertones, is one of the most original independent features of recent years. But it's not getting a theatrical release and is instead going straight to cable, where it premieres at 9 tonight on Showtime, with repeat airings on Friday and on Aug. 26. So popular was "Black Rainbow" at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival last year that two additional screenings had to be scheduled.
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March 8, 2006 | Robert Lloyd, Times Staff Writer
"All We Are Saying," which premieres tonight at 8 on Showtime, is the second film by actress Rosanna Arquette. Structurally and stylistically and, to a degree thematically, it's a companion piece to her 2002 directorial bow, "Searching for Debra Winger," in which film actresses (mostly of a certain age) discussed the challenges of maintaining a career in an industry obsessed with appearances.
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February 19, 1989 | Mary Rourke, Mary Rourke is a Times staff writer
It's no wonder that so many people wear vintage clothes in Los Angeles. The fashion industry here was born on Hollywood's back lots, and old clothes are as well loved as old movies. Recycled style is sometimes inspired by thrift, but often it really has more to do with playing dress-up. Actress Rosanna Arquette, a veteran vintage clothes collector, knows her way around wearable antiques. Arquette's next movie, "New York Stories," is due this spring.
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May 21, 2002 | RACHEL ABRAMOWITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I feel seasick," says the featherweight Rosanna Arquette, staring down at her appetizer, orange gazpacho with a dash of pesto served in a shot glass. Although she flew her favorite chef from Los Angeles to cook this, the tethered yacht sways ever so slightly on the Mediterranean, and Arquette blanches. Why shouldn't she feel seasick? She hasn't slept in 48 hours, too nervous before her film debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and too revved up to sleep afterward.
NEWS
December 23, 1993 | JANET KINOSIAN
Writer-director Mike Hodges conjures up a weird, dreary world in "Black Rainbow," a supernatural thriller about a fake medium (Rosanna Arquette)--who might not be a fake after all--and a crooked corporation killing off its workers. Martha Travis calls herself "a spiritual telephone exchange," transmitting messages from the dead to their survivors, as her drunken father drums up business along the Bible Belt.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 1990 | FROM TIMES WIRE SERVICES
Actress Rosanna Arquette will be the subject of a 12-page nude spread in the September issue of Playboy and she isn't pleased about it. Arquette, probably best known for her role in "Desperately Seeking Susan," was on a swimsuit shoot for Conde Nast Traveler magazine in Naples, Fla., when she started taking off her clothes, which captured the attention of longtime celebrity photographer Bert Stern.
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September 17, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Perkins' Secret: Anthony Perkins' wife, Berry Berenson, told the New York Times that her husband knew he had AIDS for the past two years but didn't tell anyone because he was afraid if he did he would never work again in Hollywood. She also said she didn't know how he had contracted the virus. Perkins, 60, died over the weekend. . . . .He can be seen on TV in one of his last roles in "In the Deep Woods," an NBC telefilm airing Oct. 19.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 1988 | ELAINE POFELDT
Jean-Marc Barr took a major plunge with the part of champion undersea diver Jacques Mayol in French director Luc Besson's current film "The Big Blue." The part, which required the lean San Diego native to dive more than 100 feet below the ocean surface off such exotic locales as Sicily, Greece, the French Riviera and the Bahamas, plucked Barr from the vast pool of supporting actors and cast him in a leading role opposite Rosanna Arquette.
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May 21, 2002 | RACHEL ABRAMOWITZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I feel seasick," says the featherweight Rosanna Arquette, staring down at her appetizer, orange gazpacho with a dash of pesto served in a shot glass. Although she flew her favorite chef from Los Angeles to cook this, the tethered yacht sways ever so slightly on the Mediterranean, and Arquette blanches. Why shouldn't she feel seasick? She hasn't slept in 48 hours, too nervous before her film debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and too revved up to sleep afterward.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 30, 1997 | Steve Hochman
After filming "Crash," David Cronenberg's dark film about high-impact vehicular sex, it's no wonder that Rosanna Arquette, 37, longed for visits to her favorite fitness center, some nice relaxing tea and a long walk in the hills. MOVIES: " 'Sling Blade' was the best movie of the year, the most inspirational." STRETCHING: "The Yoga Zone in Brentwood is really beautiful and the teachers are great.
NEWS
December 23, 1993 | JANET KINOSIAN
Writer-director Mike Hodges conjures up a weird, dreary world in "Black Rainbow," a supernatural thriller about a fake medium (Rosanna Arquette)--who might not be a fake after all--and a crooked corporation killing off its workers. Martha Travis calls herself "a spiritual telephone exchange," transmitting messages from the dead to their survivors, as her drunken father drums up business along the Bible Belt.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 17, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Perkins' Secret: Anthony Perkins' wife, Berry Berenson, told the New York Times that her husband knew he had AIDS for the past two years but didn't tell anyone because he was afraid if he did he would never work again in Hollywood. She also said she didn't know how he had contracted the virus. Perkins, 60, died over the weekend. . . . .He can be seen on TV in one of his last roles in "In the Deep Woods," an NBC telefilm airing Oct. 19.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 17, 1991 | KEVIN THOMAS
Mike Hodges' "Black Rainbow," a psychic thriller with ecological undertones, is one of the most original independent features of recent years. But it's not getting a theatrical release and is instead going straight to cable, where it premieres at 9 tonight on Showtime, with repeat airings on Friday and on Aug. 26. So popular was "Black Rainbow" at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival last year that two additional screenings had to be scheduled.
NEWS
August 30, 2007 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
FOLLOWING its successful Mods & Rockers Film Festival in July, the American Cinematheque is back this weekend with "Rock Doc: A Celebration of Rock Documentaries" at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. It kicks off tonight with the Los Angeles premiere of actress-filmmaker Rosanna Arquette's 2005 movie "All We Are Saying."
ENTERTAINMENT
July 25, 1990 | FROM TIMES WIRE SERVICES
Actress Rosanna Arquette will be the subject of a 12-page nude spread in the September issue of Playboy and she isn't pleased about it. Arquette, probably best known for her role in "Desperately Seeking Susan," was on a swimsuit shoot for Conde Nast Traveler magazine in Naples, Fla., when she started taking off her clothes, which captured the attention of longtime celebrity photographer Bert Stern.
MAGAZINE
February 19, 1989 | Mary Rourke, Mary Rourke is a Times staff writer
It's no wonder that so many people wear vintage clothes in Los Angeles. The fashion industry here was born on Hollywood's back lots, and old clothes are as well loved as old movies. Recycled style is sometimes inspired by thrift, but often it really has more to do with playing dress-up. Actress Rosanna Arquette, a veteran vintage clothes collector, knows her way around wearable antiques. Arquette's next movie, "New York Stories," is due this spring.
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