These two classics remain the gold standard in screenwriting - WWII-set romantic drama CASABLANCA (penned by Julius & Philip Epstein and Howard Koch) and 1970s neo-noir CHINATOWN (written by Robert Towne).
For its 10th anniversary, Thom Andersen's sardonic video essay on Los Angeles the city and Los Angeles the setting of movies, which includes hundreds of archival and film clips, has been remastered and re-edited; it's now funnier, sharper and bigger. Discussion following with director Thom Andersen.
Advance Screening! This memorable coming-of-age story follows a unique friendship that develops when a little girl and her dying mother retain the services of a talented cook – Henry Joseph Church (Eddie Murphy). Discussion following with Bruce Beresford.