17 June 2017

It’s June in L.A., so that can mean only one thing (besides “June gloom,” that is): Hollywood Fringe Festival is taking place through June 25! This year, 2,000 performances and 375 (count ’em!) different shows are being staged - and...

17 June 2017

Los Angeles, June 15, 2017 – The Los Angeles Workers Center and Hollywood Progressive co-present the revolutionary classic Arsenal.

 

Unfolded through lyrical imagery, Aleksandr Dovzhenko’s 1929...

Brown book cover with lots of family photos on the front depicting families with people of different colors and the words Same Family, Different Colors
13 June 2017

Like many black people, I grew up knowing families in which the color of everyone’s skin was different, sometimes dramatically so. I also have people in my own family on both sides who at first glance, appear to be white, but who...

01 June 2017

Filmmaker Andrzej Wajda was to Poland what Sergei Eisenstein was to the USSR - and, arguably, what Carl Yastrzemski was to the Boston Red Sox. Along with Roman Polanski’s early work, Wajda’s famed 1950s World War II-era trilogy about...

26 May 2017

Peter Brook directed the 1960s stage and screen versions of Peter Weiss’ Marat/Sade, which is arguably the 20th century’s best post-Brecht political play. Marat/Sade left an indelible impression on me - I can still...

23 May 2017

TEN FILMS THAT SHOOK THE WORLD,

 

A Cinematic Centennial Celebration of the Russian Revolution Presents

 

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