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Harrison Ford and a CGI-created Buck in the forthcoming The Call of the Wild.
3 ARTS ENTERTAINMENT
SCREENS

Jack London’s Return to the Screen

Forthcoming adaptations of The Call of the Wild and Martin Eden promise to stay true to Jack London’s characters—and his life.

The cast of The L Word: Generation Q is more young and diverse than that of the original series, The L Word.
HILARY RONWYN/SHOWTIME
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"The L Word" Gets Woke

After a 10-year hiatus, The L Word returns to reflect a changed world.

Pushover
SCREENS

The Never-Ending Content Stream

The peril—and promise—of too many movies, sports events, and television programs to watch.

Harrison Ford as Rick Decker in the 1982 film Blade Runner.
WARNER BROS.
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‘Blade Runner’ and Los Angeles, Then and Now

The iconic film’s futuristic vision of life in 2019 is already in the past.

In The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Montgomery (Jonathan Majors, left) and Jimmie (Jimmie Fails) are best friends who squat in Jimmie’s former family home and set out to restore it to grandeur.
A24 FILMS
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‘The Last Black Man in San Francisco’ Will Make You Cry

The Last Black Man in San Francisco wrests lyrical beauty from a tale of gentrification, economic inequality, and homesickness.

Jeff Goldblum, left, and Leonard Nimoy "Invasion of the Body Snatchers"(1978).
UNITED ARTISTS
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In Celebration of the Body Snatchers

Philip Kaufman’s sci-fi masterpiece "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" celebrates pre-tech San Francisco’s soul.

Jobyna Ralston was the warm, spunky leading lady who inspired Harold Lloyd to unforgettable classic romantic gags, especially when she played a traveling show dancer and he played a sheriff’s son in his masterpiece “The Kid Brother.”
SCREENS

Down at the Farm, in L.A.

Harold Lloyd creates a buoyant rural fantasyland; Charles Burnett reveals the Deep South in South L.A.

Elisa Del Genio and Ludovica Nasti in HBO's "My Brilliant Friend."
EDUARDO CASTALDO/HBO
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Ferrante Fever

‘My Brilliant Friend’ is a coming of age series that rivals Virgil’s ‘Aeneid.’

SCREENS

Stretching the Movie Experience

We’re sitting and bingeing on filmed entertainment for hours at a time. Does that mean the two-hour movie format is dead?

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