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Raging Against the Machine: Filmmaker Antonino D’Ambrosio

Antonino D’Ambrosio, the director of Let Fury Have the Hour, is no stranger to telling it like it is.

Jack Nicholson Stars in Les Mis

Imagine it: Les Miserables directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Jack Nicholson, perhaps playing his mad writer character from The Shining.

The Essential Movie Library #13: Lawrence of Arabia (1962)

As megalomaniac T. E. Lawrence, the British intelligence officer who united the Arab tribes against the Turks during the WWI and went insanely native in the process, the 29-year-old Peter O’Toole is exasperating, preposterous, and impossible not to watch

Beasts of the Southern Wild Now Back in Theaters

After earning four Oscar nominations, Benh Zeitlin’s powerhouse indie drama Beasts of the Southern Wild will be storming its way back into theaters starting today.

Sundance Film Festival 2013: Your L.A. Connection

Right now and for the next week, the capital of Utah is Park City. The 2013 Sundance Film Festival, which kicks off with a gala premiere tonight, takes over the rustic town and popular ski destination for the next 11 days.

Let Fury Have the Hour: Art, Activism, and the Politics of Both

The documentary Let Fury Have the Hour chronicles the artistic counterculture of the 1980s and '90s, the skateboards, punk rock, hip-hop, reggae, theater, and dance that served as a bracing corrective to mainstream consumerism.

The Essential Movie Library #12: Citizen Kane (1941)

The story of a newspaper tycoon told after his death by those who knew him or thought they did, and just a gunshot short of noir.

The Essential Movie Library #11: Jules and Jim (1962)

The most enduring of the pictures to come out of France's nouvelle vague in the late 1950s and early '60s, reflecting the influence of the new movement and then transcending it.

Adorable Annette Funicello Cartoon Art Benefits Charity

T-Shirts, ballcaps and doggie clothes benefit MS foundation.

The Essential Movie Library #10: My Darling Clementine (1946)

The most understated of director John Ford's pictures with the exception of Dust Bowl drama 'The Grapes of Wrath.'