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    L.A. Goes Noir with Film Fest, Academy's Oscar Noir

    Los Angeles is celebrating Film Noir, and I am not complaining. The American Cinematheque launched its 12th annual Film Noir Festival at L.A.'s Egyptian on Friday, and the LAT Magazine's Noir issue ran Sunday. UPDATE: Eric Kohn reviews Nash Edgerton's neo-noir, The Square.

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    Media Watch: Waxman vs. Wolff and the Decline of Old Media

    It's tough times in the media business, even for online start-ups.

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    Small Screen | "Youssou N'Dour" In Focus; "Beeswax," "Bad Lieutenant" Also

    Fans of Peter Gabriel should be familiar with Youssou N'Dour, the Senegalese musician whose distinctive voice can be heard on a number of Gabriel songs, including "In Your Eyes" from the mid-80s. In Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi's documentary, "Youssou N'Dour: I Bright What I Love", the widely popular m...

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    Watch It and Weep: Will the iPad Blend?

    They did it with the iPhone and iPod. Now they ask the same old question of the iPad. Will it blend?

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    Kevin Lee Reaches Movie #1,000.

    Kevin Lee Reaches Movie #1,000.

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    Eugene Hernandez: I want it, but what do I *do* with it??

    New York City, April 5, 2010 -- When you use a computer sometimes you need to lean forward but other times you want to lean back.

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  • Leonard Maltin
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    Celebrating 30 Years of Cinefest

    16mm film is alive and well at Cinefest--even in the dealer's room.

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    REVIEW | Film Noir Footwork: Nash Edgerton's "The Square"

    The title of Nash Edgerton's "The Square" could easily refer to the neatly packaged category of film noir in which it exists. The Australian director's first feature involves a pair of star-crossed suburban adulterers whose background scheming is doomed to fail, and from the opening minutes, the ent...

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  • Week of Wonders
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    A paradox @ "The Conversation: Social Media, Digital Distribution, and the Future of Film"

    A paradox @ "The Conversation: Social Media, Digital Distribution, and the Future of Film"

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    Orphan Film Symposium: Watch, Listen and Learn.

    Orphan Film Symposium: Watch, Listen and Learn.

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