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    ibrantly youthful, bohemian, and eccentric,

    ibrantly youthful, bohemian, and eccentric, Patricia Clarkson's Aunt Sarah, sister to Fisher matriarch Ruth (Frances Conroy), stands out among the other subdued, neurotic characters on HBO's Six Feet Under. Sarah's appearance in an episode usually means an exciting, free-spirited time, but Clarkson also enhanced Sarah's morose ...

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    Review: 'I Am My Own Wife'

    A one-actor show lives and dies by its performer.

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    Deneuve to Head Venice Film Festival Jury

    French star Catherine Deneuve will head the main competition jury at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival.

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    Judy Garland Concert Restaged in New York

    Eclectic pop singer Rufus Wainwright bridged musical generations on Wednesday with a daring re-creation of Judy Garland's legendary 1961 concert at Carnegie Hall.

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    WMA Locks Down 'Prison's' Miller

    "Prison Break" star Wentworth Miller has signed with WMA.

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    Two L.A. Theatres to Vacate Longtime Venues

    Two Southland theatres will vacate their current locations following the next productions.

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    Major Donation Boosts CLO

    The Ovation-winning Civic Light Opera of South Bay Cities, which performs at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, has received a major financial gift.

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    Women flex their collective estrogen at this

    Women flex their collective estrogen at this year's Broad Humor Film Festival in Venice at the only Los Angeles film festival that caters exclusively to feature films and shorts written and directed by women. Screening seven features and 36 shorts over three days, the festival opens with In the ...

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    Music Video Man to Move to Movie 'City'

    Music video helmer Aaron Courseault will make his feature film directorial debut on the New Orleans-set indieCut Throat City.

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    The entertainment industry got a wake-up call two

    The entertainment industry got a wake-up call two weeks ago when the Motion Picture Association of America revealed that Hollywood is hemorrhaging money to movie and TV piracy. The MPAA's first comprehensive study on the subject, released May 2, estimated the major studios lost $6.1 billion last year ...