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'Pandas' Invade Fleet Science Center

April 4
By Beth Accomando, Matthew Bowler

On an adorability scale of one to 10, pandas are an 11. But the new IMAX documentary "Pandas" (opening at the Fleet Science Center) looks past their fluffy appeal to the hard work that goes into saving the species.

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April Noir Book Of The Month Club: 'The Fallen Sparrow'

April 2
D.A. Kolodenko

Guest blogger D.A. Kolodenko tackles Dorothy B. Hughes' "The Fallen Sparrow" as the April Noir Book of the Month Club selection. The film version screens April 8 at Digital Gym Cinema.

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Steven Spielberg Delivers Pop Culture Sensory Overload With 'Ready Player One'

March 30
By Beth Accomando

Steven Spielberg, hot off of Oscar nominations for last year’s "The Post," already has a new movie out. It's the eagerly anticipated "Ready Player One."

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Wes Anderson's 'Isle Of Dogs' Offers Enchanting Stop Motion Animation

March 30
By Beth Accomando

It's the Year of the Dog and Wes Anderson’s animated "Isle of Dogs" serves up a fitting tribute to the lovable canines.

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San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'The Phantom' Returns, And So Does Tommy Wiseau

March 30
By Alison St John, Nina Garin

This weekend brings some theatrical and pop culture reunions, as well as an evening of meditative noise.

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Podcast Episode 139: Comic-Con Museum And More

March 30
By Beth Accomando

If you are a geek like I am, then the news that Comic-Con is going to open a museum was something to be excited about. Cinema Junkie sits down with executive director Adam Smith to discuss what the museum might be like and if the term is even appropriate to describe what's coming.

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The Artist Odyssey Documentary 'From Haarlem To Harlem' Premieres Wednesday

March 28
By Beth Accomando

As executive producers of The Artist Odyssey, David and Barbarella Fokos bring audiences into artists’ studio. Their new documentary “From Haarlem to Harlem” premieres Wednesday night at the Museum of Photographic Arts.

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Jeff Goldblum Talks About Voicing A Dog For Wes Anderson

March 26
By Beth Accomando

Wes Anderson returns to the stop motion animation style of "Fantastic Mr. Fox" for "Isle of Dogs," a tale of a pack of canines helping a young boy reunite with his dog Spots.

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Armando Iannucci Finds Humor In 'The Death Of Stalin'

March 22
By Beth Accomando

Armando Iannucci, the creator of HBO’s “Veep” and the BBC series “Thick of It,” has a new film called “The Death of Stalin,” and it’s a comedy to die for.

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Comic-Con's Sister Convention WonderCon Kicks Off Friday In Anaheim

March 21
By Beth Accomando

Silicone Vs. Foam Vs. Gelatin … That’s not the next superhero film from Hollywood, but it is a panel on makeup effects that you can find this weekend at WonderCon.

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Homeless San Diegans Tell Their Stories In New Documentary

March 21
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

A new documentary, “The Homeless Chorus Speaks,” profiles 14-members of the Voices of Our City Choir who reveal the stories of how they became homeless and their struggles to find housing

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'The Cured' Asks, Once A Zombie Always A Zombie?

March 16
By Beth Accomando

"The Cured" (which closes today at Landmark's Ken Cinema) serves up zombies of the infected kind, and as with most films of this kind, the horror is used to reflect social issues.

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Podcast Episode 138: Armando Iannucci, Political Comedy In The Age Of Trump

March 16
By Beth Accomando

Writer-director Armando Iannucci tackled British politics in "Thick of It," American politics in "Veep," and now he aims his satiric sites on Russian politics of the 1950s with "The Death of Stalin."

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San Diego Latino Film Festival At 25

March 13
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker

San Diego Latino Film Festival kicks off its 25th anniversary season on Thursday. Founder and executive director Ethan Van Thillo looks back on the festival's history.

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March Noir Book Of The Month: 'A Gun For Sale,' An Entertainment?

March 13
D.A. Kolodenko

Guest blogger D.A. Kolodenko examines the Graham Greene novel that was the basis for "This Gun For Hire" as the Noir Book of the Month Club continues in conjunction with the Film Geeks SD Noir on the Boulevard film series.