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The synopsis of “LA 92” references the Rodney King verdict that sparked the 1992 riots, the protests, violence, lootings, and arson that followed. It continues, “Twenty-five years later, the documentary “LA 92,” from directors Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin explores … Continue reading
Last week, the Hollywood Bowl held a special screening of “JANE,” the new documentary on Jane Goodall by Brett Morgen. The evening was truly special, featuring a short introduction from the charming Dr. Goodall and Morgen, and live accompaniment of … Continue reading
On Monday, October 9th, National Geographic Documentary Films presents a special screening at the Hollywood Bowl of “JANE,” a new documentary about everyone’s favorite primatologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall. The film was directed by Brett Morgen (“Kurt Cobain: Montage of … Continue reading
The Power of Photography: National Geographic 125 Years at Annenberg Space for Photography Offers more than 125 Minutes worth of Brilliance!
In the heart of Los Angeles’ glamorous Century City where restaurants’ days of repose ironically comprise both Saturdays and Sundays, where majestic fountains dot overly-manicured lawns amidst alternately running Boulevards and where Los Angeles’ Twin Towers rub noses to form … Continue reading