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William Wray's Seemingly Straightforward Building Portraits Tell a Deeper Story

4 months ago by Dave Barton
There isn't one person in artist William Wray's urban landscape solo show at Sue Greenwood Fine Art. It seems appropriate, the artist giving more attention to the skyscrapers, trailer parks, houses and cityscapes; by focusing on the buildings, he's giving the routine we might not otherwise notice a gravity, a...
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Never Wear White Shoes After Labor Day [Special Screenings, Sept. 7-14]

14 days ago by Matt Coker
Extraordinary: Every Step Leads Him Closer to Home. From Liberty University's Film School, where students pray their pictures reach the end of their reels before the end of the world, comes this drama—based on real events—about a college professor and ultra-marathon runner and his wife. Leland Klassen, Shari Rigby, Karen...
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Whole New Language [Special Screenings, Aug. 24-31]

28 days ago by Matt Coker
RiffTrax Live: Doctor Who—The Five Doctors. It's an encore presentation of Mystery Science Theater 3000 refugees Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett riffing wise Aug. 17 on the 1983 Doctor Who film The Five Doctors, in which someone is taking the Doctor's past selves out of time and space...
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Obvious the Bastard's Got Lyme Disease [Special Screenings, Aug. 17-24]

1 month ago by Matt Coker
Beauty and the Beast. It's a live-action remake of the Disney animated classic with Dan Stevens playing the young prince imprisoned in the form of a beast, Emma Watson as Belle, the first girl to visit the prince's castle since it became enchanted, and Emma Thompson voicing lovable Mrs. Potts...
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Aloha From Graceland [Special Screenings, May 25-June 1]

4 months ago by Matt Coker
Long Strange Trip: Grateful Dead Documentary. Directed by Amir Bar-Lev (The Tillman Story) and executive produced by Martin Scorsese (The Last Waltz), Long Strange Trip explores the fiercely independent vision, perpetual innovation and uncompromising commitment to their audience that made the Bay Area band one of the most influential musical...
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Chasin' Bandits [Special Screenings May 18-25]

4 months ago by Matt Coker
Art and the Zen of Motorcycle Racing (or Lunch With Billy Al). The documentary about artist Billy Al Bengston, who has work in the Laguna Art Museum-produced California Masters series, screens as part of the museum's 2017 Film Night program. Special guest presenter is Dale Schierholt, the film's director. Laguna...
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Light 'Em Up! [Special Screenings, Jan. 12-19]

8 months ago by Matt Coker
The Book of Love. The New York Film Critics Series—which screens films before their wide releases and hosts live, interactive Q&As—presents this movie about an architect who sets out to help a homeless teen build a raft on which to sail across the Atlantic. Jessica Biel, Maisie Williams, Jason Sudeikis,...
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OC Pioneers Who Were Klan Members: Alvin L. Hitchcock, Orange County Chief Deputy Clerk

6 years ago by Gustavo Arellano
In the early 1920s, the Orange County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution forbidding any county employees from being a member of the Ku Klux Klan. The supes had a serious problem on their hands, given that the sheriff at the time, Sam Jernigan, was a Klucker.The directive, of course,...
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Shop Smart, Shop S-Mart [Special Screenings, Oct. 20-27]

11 months ago by Matt Coker
ASIP Films: Horror Special. Associated Students Inc. Pictures promises multiple scary movies through midnight. Better grab a friendly arm for the walk back home, Titans defensive linemen. Cal State Fullerton, Titan Student Union Titan Theatre, 800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton, (657) 278-4219. Thurs., Oct. 20, 4, 7 & 10...
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Scared of What You Represent [Special Screenings, Sept. 1-8]

1 year ago by Matt Coker
Viva La Liberta. For Italian Movie Night, it's Roberto Ando's political dramedy about the leader of Italy's opposition party dropping out of sight—and being replaced by his bipolar identical twin, plucked from the loony bin. Regency San Juan Capistrano, 26762 Verdugo St., San Juan Capistrano, (949) 661-3456. Thurs., Sept. 1,...

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