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Isabelle Huppert Shines In 'Things To Come'

Isabelle Huppert Shines In 'Things To Come'

Dec. 9
By Beth Accomando

The film, which opens Dec. 9 at Landmark's Ken Cinema, uses the title of a famous sci-fi flick. But it’s as far from science fiction as you can get. The down-to-earth French film is about meeting change head on.

Podcast Episode 102: New Documentary Looks At The Israeli-Palestini...

Podcast Episode 102: New Documentary Looks At The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Dec. 9
By Beth Accomando

"1948: Creation and Catastrophe" looks to the pivotal year that David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the state of Israel and how that impacted the Middle East.

Famed Animator Ron Campbell Brings Art Show To San Diego

Famed Animator Ron Campbell Brings Art Show To San Diego

Dec. 8
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

He will be painting, exhibiting and talking cartoons during his “Beatles Cartoon Pop Art Show” this weekend.

Actor Val Kilmer To Introduce His 'Citizen Twain' Film At Ken Cinema

Actor Val Kilmer To Introduce His 'Citizen Twain' Film At Ken Cinema

Dec. 5
By Beth Accomando

Actor Val Kilmer will be in San Diego on Dec. 8 to introduce his filmed one-man show "Citizen Twain" at Landmark's Ken Cinema.

New Book Profiles Remarkable San Diego County Women

New Book Profiles Remarkable San Diego County Women

Dec. 7
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

Belle Benchley, the first female zoo director and Bertha Pendleton, the first woman and first African American San Diego school superintendent, are among the 28 women whose stories are told.

Learning About The History Of Pearl Harbor Through Comics

Learning About The History Of Pearl Harbor Through Comics

Dec. 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

“Pearl Harbor And The Day of Infamy” is a 24-page comic book by historian Jay Wertz being released Wednesday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

‘Gross And Unlikable’: An All-Female Anthology Of Horror Stories

‘Gross And Unlikable’: An All-Female Anthology Of Horror Stories

Dec. 6
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

So Say We All, a literary and arts nonprofit in San Diego, releases the latest edition in its collection of literary horror and dark fiction.

First Person: For Gilbert Castellanos Music Is Sustenance

First Person: For Gilbert Castellanos Music Is Sustenance

Dec. 5
By Megan Burke

Throughout his career, Gilbert Castellanos said, he's been inspired to be a “jazz messenger” for the next generation of musicians. He is now molding young musical minds as the artistic director for the non-profit International Academy of Jazz, an after school program.

Debate Over Who Wrote Shakespeare's Plays Won't Get Settled At San ...

Debate Over Who Wrote Shakespeare's Plays Won't Get Settled At San Diego Library

Dec. 5
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Most academics think it's a settled question, but there are still skeptics who don't believe William Shakespeare wrote "Hamlet," "Romeo and Juliet" and the dozens of other plays commonly attributed to the man from Stratford-upon-Avon.

Podcast Episode 101: Remembering Drive-Ins

Podcast Episode 101: Remembering Drive-Ins

Dec. 2
By Beth Accomando

Celebrate the allure of the American drive-in with this Cinema Junkie archive edition.

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