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Jojo Rabbit Q&A with Thomasin McKenzie

“You’ll laugh, you’ll cry – sometimes at the same time.” -Rolling Stone Director Taika Waititi (THOR: RAGNAROK and HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE) has everyone talking about his newest film, JOJO RABBIT, an anti-hate satire set on the backdrop of World War II Germany that USA Today calls, “a warm hug of a movie that just…


FIRST LOVE Q&A with Takashi Miike

Bryan Kluger joins legendary director Takashi Miike to chat about his new film FIRST LOVE that Variety calls “wired to explode. And it is a blast.” Certified fresh at 97% on Rotten Tomatoes, the film “ranks among Miike’s most purely entertaining movies (out of more than 100 now!)” raves The A.V. Club, as it blends…


A “Ghostly” War Film is Pushing Boundaries in MONOS

Eight teenagers live high in the mountains with only each other, a handful of weapons, and a prisoner-of-war for company. The only contact they have with the world below is through a radio and their ruthless drill sergeant. So begins the gripping and intense film MONOS, which follows the group as they grapple with growing…

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From sidekick to "a slam dunk" - BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON

Will the real Brittany please stand up? BRITTANY RUNS A MARATHON has audiences running to theaters, and is being heralded by Variety as “a slam dunk.” Director Paul Down Colaizzo brought his real life friend and roommate Brittany’s real life story to the big screen in his newest film. Colaizzo stopped by the Angelika New…


When the Maiden Made Waves Around the World

In 1989, twelve women sailed in the face of rampant sexism and inspired the world. The new documentary MAIDEN, from director Alex Holmes, chronicles the harrowing and inspiring voyage of the first all-female crew to ever compete in the Whitbread Round the World Race. The film centers around Tracy Edwards, the extraordinary woman whose experiences…

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From Glasgow to Oahu: Country Music Finds a Home

The new film WILD ROSE features a star-making performance from Jessie Buckley that demands to be seen in theaters. Buckley portrays Rose-Lynn Harlan, an extraordinary talent whose hope of becoming a country music star is at odds with the realities of her life in Glasgow. WILD ROSE highlights the sacrifices Rose-Lynn must make in pursuit…

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Music and Memories Echo Through Laurel Canyon

ECHO IN THE CANYON feels as breezy and warm as the Los Angeles that The Mamas and The Papas fantasized about in their iconic song California Dreamin. The documentary transports viewers back to the So-Cal of the 1960s through sun-soaked shots of Laurel Canyon, interviews with folk legends, and a steady stream of folk-rock standards.…

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John Chester, and his wife Molly, had a dream to create an idyllic farm, and decided to document their journey. Through countless obstacles, and eight years of daunting work, their farm ultimately develops into something more remarkable than they ever imagined. Critics are raving about their stunning documentary, stating, “Mother Nature has never been more…

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Q&A with Director Ritesh Batra - PHOTOGRAPH

“A master at finding the poetry in the ordinary rhythms of life.” Director Ritesh Batra (THE LUNCHBOX, OUR SOULS AT NIGHT) stopped by our sister theater, the Angelika New York, to discuss his newest work, PHOTOGRAPH, which the LA Times calls “a lovely, charming and gently transporting journey.” The film walks a delicate balance, wherein…