"In 1945, Germany and Japan surrendered and World War II ended ... Our stories must be heard and remembered."
Those who missed June screenings at the Los Angeles Film Festival of the "Boleto a Paraiso" have another opportunity to buy a ticket.
Enjoying Shakespeare under the stars at Topanga Canyon's Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum is de rigeur during summertime for Angeleno theatergoers.
Watching the first few minutes unfold, one might be lulled into the belief that the next hour and a half will be spent consuming light filmic fare.
The film begins with immigrant rights activist Elvira Arellano recalling the day immigration officials raided her home in 2002.
Once I heard the circumstances of Ryan Dunn's death, I was not only paying attention - I was concerned.
Watch out American Idol, there's a new singing show in TV town, and it's called The Voice.
The Los Angeles Film Festival is currently taking place, and this year's multitude of movies includes: "International Spotlight: Cuba."
A prequel to the original X-Men trilogy, First Class takes place during the Cuban Missile Crisis and focuses on the relationship between Professor X and Magneto.
Jennifer Jajeh, who stars in the one-woman autobiographical play, grapples with the age-old conundrum of "who am I?" through her art.