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L.A. theater kicks off Redford retrospective tonight

First Published Dec 19 2013 11:08AM      Last Updated Dec 19 2013 02:33 pm

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) l-r Governor Gary Herbert presents Robert Redford a gift. For all his contributions to the state of Utah, Robert Redford was recognized and honored by Governor Gary Herbert at a gala in his honor, "The Governor's Salute to Robert Redford: A Utah Tribute to an American Icon" at the Grand America Hotel, Saturday, November 9, 2013. Redford is an actor, director, producer, philanthropist, businessman, environmentalist, and founder of the Sundance Resort, the Sundance catalog, and the Sundance Institute which hosts the Sundance Film Festival.

No doubt about it: Forces are working to get Robert Redford to get an Oscar nomination for his performance in "All Is Lost."

The latest evidence, according to the Los Angeles Times: A six-day retrospective of the actor-director’s past work at the Laemmle’s Royal Theater in West Los Angeles — along with screenings of his current movie, "All Is Lost," which has already earned Redford nominations for the Golden Globes and the Critic’s Choice Awards.

The retrospective — a time-honored practice for lobbying Academy voters — begins tonight and runs through Christmas Eve. Here’s the line-up:

Tonight: "Downhill Racer" (1969).



Friday: "Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid" (1969).

Saturday: "The Sting" (1973).

Sunday: "All the President’s Men" (1976).

Monday: "Jeremiah Johnson" (1972).

Tuesday: "The Way We Were" (1973).

 

 

 

 

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