There is a ton of great film going to look forward to....

Rare early Hollywood gems at the Starlight Studio

Iranian Films at UCLA

New Japanese Film THE SAMURAI I LOVED at the American Cinematheque!

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Update from the Malia Nurmi Memorial MySpace page

Maila was buried Sunday, March 17 at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

The service was small and simple just the way she would have wanted it.

The donations on behalf of the fans and friends was greatly appreciated.

We will be having public service for her when we unveil her headstone that is currently being worked on by Thomas Kuntz, the very talented sculptor and artist who rendered her for two of her favorite figured.

The dates for that memorial will be forthcoming.

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Opening January 18th in the Academy's Grand Lobby Gallery (FREE exhibit)
FREEZE FRAME: 5 DECADES OF PHOTOGRAPHS BY DOUGLAS KIRKLAND In ?Freeze Frame,? 125 color and black-and-white photographs by acclaimed Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland represent a literal ?who?s who? of the film world of the last half-century. Click HERE for more details!

Opening January 18th in the Academy's Fourth Floor Gallery (FREE exhibit)
CASTING A SHADOW: CREATING THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK FILM Through drawings, paintings, storyboards, script pages and clips from such classic films as Shadow of a Doubt (1943), North by Northwest (1959) and The Birds (1963), this exhibition reveals how Hitchcock?s colleagues contributed critical ideas and how the director himself engaged his team in the creative process; it examines how the films were crafted, sometimes frame by frame, as a collective enterprise that would ultimately be shared with an audience. Click HERE for more details!

On display February 2nd - May 16th at the University of Southern California Doheny Memorial Library Treasure Room (FREE exhibit)
THE ART OF THE FILM ADAPTION Complementing the USC Libraries Scripter Award and examining 16 classic adaptations ? from 1927's Jazz Singer to the Lord of the Rings trilogy ? this exhibit illustrates how an image in each film was realized from the shooting script and the scene in the original literary source. Click HERE for more details!

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