Local Entertainment Articles
This is the perfect movie to enjoy a bottle of wine with.
A tour de force of Short films!!
Asia Argento's controversial new film takes on child abuse.
Dick Rude captures Joe Strummer in the final months of his life displaying his passion for music, humanity, and his gratitude for the lives of those he touched.
A group of films with true uniqueness.
A movie about the struggle of life and politics.
A wild success in his native Germany, Marcus Mittermeier brings his shocking and darkly comedic directorial debut to the U.S.
Loren Marsh's darkly comic sophomore feature provides an affirmation of life by mocking death.
The Cinerama Dome is the crown jewel of the ArcLight Cinemas Complex in the heart of Hollywood. 2004 marks the third year in a row that AFI FEST gala presentations will be held at the Dome,
The First Los Angeles International Film Exposition, a.k.a. Filmex, debuted on November 4, 1971, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre with the premiere of THE LAST PICTURE SHOW.
Some may call it an injustice that most of the world has forgotten Bobby Darin. Academy-award winning actor Kevin Spacey has spent the better part of four years attempting to right that wrong.
In honor of Halloween internationally known Psychic to the stars Victoria Bullis shares some insider information on the haunted side of Hollywood.
Internationally known psychic Victoria Bullis has been predicting the future for nearly a quarter of a century.
Just as Hollywood recieved its first fall rain the stars hit the red carpet to celebrate the U.S. premier of Breaking Dawn.
Not your normal DVD release party "Beats for Baghdad"
New this year, AFI FEST 2004 presented by Audi has established a strategic alliance with the American Film Market (November 3 - 10), creating a festival/market combination unprecedented in North America.
Unlikely foreign correspondent Jerry Quickley provides an unsanitized look at Iraq and its people in the early days of, and leading up to, the intial bombing of Baghdad by Coalition forces in March 2003.
Virtuoso Performances, Champagne Reception, Elegant Dining and Artful Party Design Highlight Opening Night
The Los Angeles Philharmonic kicks off its 2004/2005 season September 30th with help from the Walt Disney Concert Hall and their new jewel of a 6,134-pipe organ.
A night of celebrity fun honoring actor and comedian Red Buttons, and all for charity to boot.