Larry Wines: When the night finally arrived, Hollywood’s production of its grand spectacle delivered an unexpectedly impressive show of diversity and talent. The night’s musical dimensions featured surprises that were especially memorable.
Ed Rampell: I hardly know where to begin or how to describe this whirligig of frenetic fripperies and unearthly, mad skills that takes spellbound mere mortals ensconced in the audience beyond the realm of imagination.
Al Razutis will be in attendance to introduce, comment, and engage with audience on the film-forms, context, and interpretation of film practice outside of art institutions, outside of commercial and popular notions of film as experimental and underground cinema.
The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center Presents Encore Performance of “The Beast of Times” headlines A Night out at the theater Event to Focus on Theater as a Vehicle for Discussion of Issues Affecting the LGBT Community The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center […]
Wednesday, Nov. 27 at 7:30 p.m. urt Lancaster’s daughter Susan Lancaster and film historian Ed Rampell discuss the film and motion picture patrimony of Burt Lancaster. Join us for popcorn and a FREE MOVIE in the Steve Allen Theater! For the past year, Cafe Inquiry has been your host for our year-long Skeptical SINema film […]