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Telluride: 'The Imitation Game' screenwriter and director make a splash

Director Morton Tyldum and writer Graham Moore discuss their film about WWII British code breaker Alan Turing, who became a hero but then paid for his homosexuality.


Telluride: How stage fright inspired Ethan Hawke's documentary 'Seymour: An Introduction'

The actor explains how the desire to overcome creative pitfalls motivated him to direct the documentary about musician and mentor Seymour Bernstein.


Apple acknowledges some celebrity info compromised

Apple says it found no evidence of a widespread problem in iCloud or its Find my iPhone service in the hack, which involved photos of Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst and others.

Celebrity photo hack: FBI says it's addressing nude pics

Naked images purporting to be of Lawrence and other female stars began appearing online Sunday. The source of the leak was unclear.

Telluride: Director Iñárritu says Keaton is 'miraculous' in ‘Birdman’

The Frame sat down with Iñárritu in Telluride to talk about casting Keaton, the personal inspiration for the film and the challenges that went into "Birdman."

Made in America festival comes to a close at LA's Grand Park

The second day of L.A.'s inaugural Made in America festival brought 59 arrests, but the music, food and festive atmosphere were the stars.

For anniversary, a new chapter of 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'

The chapter describes the Vanilla Fudge Room, an extra room in the chocolate factory. In it, Charlie Bucket goes to the factory with his mother – not his grandfather. The book turns 50 this month.

Telluride: How 'The Daily Show' prepared Jon Stewart to direct 'Rosewater'

"The Daily Show" host Jon Stewart talks about the importance of making "Rosewater," his directorial debut that premiered at the Telluride Film Festival.

Made in America show day 2 gets underway in LA

With the first day of downtown Los Angeles' inaugural outdoor music festival in the books, the city tuned up for round two.

Joan Rivers' family keeping fingers crossed

Joan Rivers' loved ones said Sunday that they remain hopeful about her recovery three days after she went into cardiac arrest at a doctor's office.

Native American artists reclaim images that represent them

While debates over the use of Native American imagery and heritage roil on, Native creators and entrepreneurs are asserting control over their own visual narratives.

Telluride Film Festival: 'Wild' Q&A with Reese Witherspoon, Laura Dern and director Jean-Marc Vallée

John Horn, host of KPCC's "The Frame," moderates a Q&A with the people who made the movie happen, along with author Cheryl Strayed, whose book the film is based on.

Telluride Fest: 25-year-old filmmaker Xavier Dolan on 'Mommy'

John Horn talks with the writer and director of the French-Canadian drama that is likely to be a contender for the foreign language Oscar.

Converse hosts a pop-up studio for up-and-coming LA bands

Being in a band is not cheap. The sneaker company is helping artists cut the cost with Rubber Tracks — a pop-up studio that lets bands record for free.

How gamer 'The Rad Brad' makes a living playing video games

Brad Colburn profits from people watching him play online. The growing phenomenon explains why Amazon just bought the streaming service, Twitch, for $970 million.

Antoine Fuqua adds new chapter to Suge Knight doc after rap mogul's shooting

The movie director talks about how he heard about the rap mogul's shooting, and what he hopes the message of his documentary on Knight's career will be.