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Thursday, Oct 30
05:30 PM Love is Strange
08:00 PM National Theatre Live: FRANKENSTEIN
Friday, Oct 31
06:00 PM The Skeleton Twins
08:00 PM Halloween! ( from 1978)
Saturday, Nov 1
04:30 PM Skeleton Twins
07:00 PM Skeleton Twins
Sunday, Nov 2
04:30 PM Skeleton Twins
07:00 PM Skeleton Twins
Monday, Nov 3
07:00 PM Skeleton Twins
Tuesday, Nov 4
07:00 PM Skeleton Twins
Wednesday, Nov 5
07:00 PM Skeleton Twins
LA Times Movie News
Naomi Watts looks to comedy, and a lighter career
Dressed in an oversized night shirt, Naomi Watts moved stealthily across the darkened suburban house where she was shooting her new movie, stepping toward a couch where a teenage actor playing her son lay asleep.
Poetry calls out from the screen at Silent River Film Fest
Under the glare of lights in a room typically kept dark for performances, David Worthington took the microphone and gave voice to a man who hadn't been heard that evening — not in person, anyway, in this theater half a world removed from his home in Iran:
'The Great Invisible' delves into Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Investigating the aftermath of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, the documentary "The Great Invisible" gives voice to many of the previously nameless and faceless victims of the disaster. Some worked on the oil rig that fateful day; others have suffered its...
Captain Marvel, Black Panther get stand-alone films; Twitter rejoices
Marvel unveils movie lineup: Captain Marvel, Black Panther, more
Steven Spielberg enlists Mark Rylance for title role in 'The BFG'
Steven Spielberg has found his Big Friendly Giant.
'Doctor Strange': Benedict Cumberbatch in talks for Marvel's Sorcerer Supreme
'Ouija' scares up $20 million in opening weekend; 'John Wick' No. 2
"Ouija” grossed an estimated $20 million at the box office this weekend, outspooking the Keanu Reeves action film “John Wick,” which brought in a better-than-expected $14.2 million.
'Begin Again' uses music to heal the hurt
Begin Again
Silent films and their soaring music are rediscovered
If you were part of the sold-out crowd at Walt Disney Concert Hall a week ago watching a screening of Carl Theodor Dreyer's extraordinary 1928 "The Passion of Joan of Arc," calling it a silent film would have made no sense at all.

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