You are not imagining things: There is indeed a screening of a 1942 Bette Davis-Olivia de Havilland film in the Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive series “Reflection and Resistance: James Baldwin and Cinema.” Beginning 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, with Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary on Baldwin, “I am Not Your Negro,” the series includes two selections inspired by “The Devil Finds Work,” Baldwin’s book on cinema: “In This Our Life” and “The Defiant Ones.” “In This Our Life” (Sept. 21) has Davis at fault in a hit-and-run death but blaming her black chauffeur. Baldwin writes, “Davis appeared to have read, and grasped, the script. ...
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- Monday Sep 18, 2017
Is Hollywood welcoming Sean Spicer into its ranks? Backstage at the Emmys, Trump critic Alec Baldwin struck a conciliatory tone toward the former White House spokesman, whose surprise appearance at the top of the awards ceremony was the night’s biggest surprise. Though Trump regularly attacks Spicer’s boss on “Saturday Night Live” — and won an Emmy Sunday night for doing so — Baldwin sounded like he doesn’t begrudge Spicer his time in Trump’s service. “I’ve done some jobs you shouldn’t admire either, so we have that in common,” Baldwin joked. Also Read: Alec Baldwin Mocks Trump in Emmys Speech: 'Here, Mr. President, Is Your Emmy' “SNL” enlisted Melissa McCarthy to portray and belittle Spicer, who exited the White House last month.
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