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Remember the staff picks section at the indie video store you used to love? This is like that, but for podcasts! This month's picks include "The Paris Review," "The Big Loop" and more.
The movie is an Academy Award favorite, but the most important thing for Hurwitz was creating a score that "sounded like its own thing."
The 1993 film adaptation of Amy Tan's novel was supposed to usher in a new era for Asian-American storytelling in Hollywood. That hasn't been the case.
The Sonic Youth co-founder reflects on her time in the band, her marriage to frontman Thurston Moore, and her new projects, including Body/Head and a solo career.
"Animated Woman Symposium on Gender Bias in Animation" aims to highlight the growing amount of female animators at CalArts. It's in its second year of existence.
The company's founder and CEO says Vice is just like other big media companies, just "weirder" and "younger."
Filmmaker Damien Chazelle used his personal experience of feeling isolated and alone to make a film that's a love letter to the city.
The actress says she has suffered some of the same doubts as her character in "La La Land." But she's learned how to push herself to the other side.
"Water & Power: A California Heist" is a documentary about the drought in California. The film will have its world premiere at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
Actress Zooey Deschanel and singer/songwriter M. Ward have released six albums together, and their latest is their second holiday record, "Christmas Party."
There's a bumper crop this year of lower budget movies that were made outside the studio system.
The author has written the popular sci-fi comics "Saga" and "Y: The Last Man." He uses the genre to talk about serious issues such as immigration, the Cold War and fatherhood.
The fashion designer is stitching together an impressive filmmaking career. His second movie, "Nocturnal Animals," tells a story that he relates to deeply.
The new PBS docu-series "Soundbreaking" pulls back the curtain to reveal what goes into making music in the recording studio.
She talks about the punk rock collective's new record, which includes the protest song "Make America Great Again."