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  • Facing the competition

    Facing the competition
    Two Burbank special effects makeup artists survived an intense first elimination episode Wednesday night in Syfy’s new reality competition series “Face Off.” The show’s debut pitted 12 up-and-coming artists in challenges that...
  • Kids keep scores

    Kids keep scores
    Instead of watching "Lord of the Rings," "Chicago" or "Gladiator," Pasadena Young Musicians Orchestra will re-create the films' music with an 84-member orchestra. The orchestra's spring concert "Lights! Camera! Music!" will be Sunday in Sexson...
  • Utility fee hikes on table

    Utility fee hikes on table
    CITY HALL — The City Council on Tuesday is slated to consider raising rates for utilities, trash collection and sewer services as officials struggle with the increased cost of materials and doing business. Ron Davis, general manager of Burbank...
  • An interesting new genre

    An interesting new genre
    Glendale filmmaker Carly Lyn chose the unlikely pairing of genres — Western and science fiction — in her new film "A Foundling." Lyn, 25, wrote and directed the film receiving its premiere at the Dances with Films festival next week in West...
  • Film Review: Madness haunts Cronenberg's Hollywood story

    Film Review: Madness haunts Cronenberg's Hollywood story
    Director David Cronenberg (“The Fly,” “A History of Violence”) takes on Hollywood in his strange new “Maps to the Stars.” More than his other recent work (“Cosmopolis,” “A Suitable Treatment”),...
  • Community: Ballet depicted in film and literature

    Community: Ballet depicted in film and literature
    A documentary film and book on the Ballets Russes share the spotlight during the Brand Associates Reel Art Film series at 7 p.m. on Thursday in the recital hall of the Brand Library and Art Center. “Ballets Russes,” a 2005 documentary by...
  • Film Review: Hugh Grant visits familiar territory in 'The Rewrite'

    Film Review: Hugh Grant visits familiar territory in 'The Rewrite'
    In “The Rewrite,” Hugh Grant plays Keith Michaels, a Hollywood screenwriter on the skids. Keith won an Oscar for “Paradise Misplaced” some 15 years earlier. His next two films bombed, and now he’s so broke that he has to take...
  • The Valley Line: USC School of Libraries presents annual Scripter Award

    The Valley Line: USC School of Libraries presents annual Scripter Award
    The recent, simply amazing, fabulous days of 80-plus degree winter weather were divine but certainly not helping our Southern California drought situation. I’d love to see more rain. *** These are busy days for the folks from our burg. The award...
  • DVD Review: Two Oscar winners on the same release

    DVD Review: Two Oscar winners on the same release
    This is probably the first home video release to come out two days after its content won two Oscars. “Big Hero 6” was named Best Animated Feature; the disc also contains the Animated Short winner, “Feast.” “Big Hero 6&...
  • DreamWorks Animation to sell, then lease back, Glendale campus

    DreamWorks Animation to sell, then lease back, Glendale campus
    DreamWorks Animation is selling its plush, Tuscany-style campus, long a source of pride among the studio's Glendale employees and a symbol of its once vaunted position as an industry powerhouse, the Los Angeles Times reports.  Studio executives told...
  • Bobby Slayton: Still barking after all these years

    Bobby Slayton: Still barking after all these years
    The “Pitbull of Comedy” was trying to relax poolside in Palm Beach, Florida, before a gig last week. Trying is the operative word. If you're Bobby Slayton, it isn't always easy to relax. “There's some guy playing guitar that can play...
  • DVD Review: "Don't Look Now," Roeg's du Maurier adaptation, is still chilling 40 years later

    DVD Review: "Don't Look Now," Roeg's du Maurier adaptation, is still chilling 40 years later
    After the one-two punch of “Walkabout” and “Performance,” cinematographer-turned-director Nicolas Roeg turned to the work of Daphne du Maurier for his third feature. Very few pieces of fiction have been so totally improved in...