Monique Lange—born into a family of intellectuals that included Henri Bergson—was a novelist and screenwriter of such films as “Les violons du bal” and Joseph Losey’s “The Trout.” Her daughter Carole Achache was a writer and photographer who, upon her
The films of Alice Rohrwacher bring you outside and keep you there, contemplating the land and its hapless interlopers that constitute the tragicomedies around which she’s made her name. The rural beauty of Italy—its histories and its ongoing despoilment—again takes
Swooning under the possibilities inherent in poetic thought transformed by performance as a means of projection into other worlds, other lives—“literature-sickness,” in the words of one character—the voices in the film ORLANDO: MY POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY release the Woolf classic from
Taking place in two time periods—present day Greece and two summers prior—THE SUMMER WITH CARMEN features director Zacharias Mavroeidis’ signature mix of melodrama, sarcasm, and comedy. Two good friends (played by Yorgos Tsiantoulas and Andreas Lampropoulos) on a queer beach in
“Boney Manilli,” Edgar Arceneaux’s dark comedy with music, was inspired by the tragic story of Milli Vanilli. The play’s main character, Edgar (Alex Barlas), is an artist tormented by self-doubt, frustration, and the unbearable feeling that he is an imposter.
This weekend, join Durk Dehner, the Tom of Finland Foundation, and the foundation’s summer 2023 artist-in-residence Felix d’Eon for the TOM OF FINLAND ART & CULTURE FESTIVAL 2023. The event in downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District includes exhibitions, installations, panel