Wednesday, November 22

(UCLA Film and Television Archive)
(UCLA Film and Television Archive)


(Warner Bros.)

Movie Review: ‘Inherent Vice’

Thomas Pynchon, the notoriously reclusive writer of such postmodern classics as “The Crying of Lot 49” and “Gravity’s Rainbow,” has built a career off novels deemed too dense, idiosyncratic and cerebral to ever be translated to the screen effectively. Read more...

(Warner Bros.)

"Crossroads," a 1976 film directed by Bruce Conner, utilizes footage of nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. The film, scored by Patrick Gleeson and Terry Riley, will be screened Tuesday at the James Bridges Theater as part of Melnitz Movies. 
(Magnolia Editions)
"Crossroads," a 1976 film directed by Bruce Conner, utilizes footage of nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. The film, scored by Patrick Gleeson and Terry Riley, will be screened Tuesday at the James Bridges Theater as part of Melnitz Movies. 
(Magnolia Editions)

Co-comissioned by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, "Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films" will feature 15 publicly unseen Andy Warhol films, including the 1966 "Color Film of Antoine and Nico."
(The Andy Warhol Museum)
Co-comissioned by the Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA, "Exposed: Songs for Unseen Warhol Films" will feature 15 publicly unseen Andy Warhol films, including the 1966 "Color Film of Antoine and Nico."
(The Andy Warhol Museum)

"Hiroshima Mon Amour" centers on two people – one a French movie actress (Emmanuelle Riva) and the other a Japanese architect (Eiji Okada) – embroiled in a steamy affair in a Hiroshima still reeling from the atom bomb.
(Rialto Pictures)
"Hiroshima Mon Amour" centers on two people – one a French movie actress (Emmanuelle Riva) and the other a Japanese architect (Eiji Okada) – embroiled in a steamy affair in a Hiroshima still reeling from the atom bomb.
(Rialto Pictures)

"Hollywood Costume" traces costume design through the past century. The exhibit displays various period pieces used throughout film history. 
(Courtesy of John Harbaugh)
"Hollywood Costume" traces costume design through the past century. The exhibit displays various period pieces used throughout film history. 
(Courtesy of John Harbaugh)


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