Arts & Entertainment

'Moonlight' director: 'There is no code switching in this film'

The film follows a young boy in Miami and his journey into adulthood. And for filmmaker Barry Jenkins, he doesn't shy away from showing his real life struggles on the big screen.

We go deep with Adam Nimoy on his new documentary 'For the Love of Spock'

Leonard Nimoy's son has crafted a loving but also very candid portrait of his father and the beloved character he played.

Highly illogical: Why every incarnation of 'Star Trek' needs a Spock

"Star Trek" turns 50 tomorrow. Each of the various shows and films that make up the franchise feature a character who offers a third-person view of humanity; they're what make "Star Trek" what it is.

USC study shows inequality remains largely unchanged in Hollywood

A new report offers a stark portrait of Hollywood's feeble to nonexistent progress in eradicating what researchers call "pervasive and systematic" problems in inclusiveness.

400 arrested at Nocturnal Wonderland rave

More than 400 people were reportedly arrested over Labor Day weekend, many for drug possession or for being under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the event in San Bernardino.

'Sully': Clint Eastwood & Tom Hanks want to prove grown-up movies are worth making

The director and actor took on the story of the heroic airline pilot who safely landed his damaged plane in the Hudson River. The Hollywood veterans reflect on the state of the movie studio business and why they want to make films about grown ups doing grown up things.

Juan Gabriel memorial mass slated for Monterey Park

Everyone is welcome to attend the service Tuesday evening. It will include a candlelight presentation and tributes by both an all-female mariachi band and a Juan Gabriel impersonator.

For Cambodian refugees, film seeks to 'break the silence'

The film follows a group of U.S.-based survivors of the Khmer Rouge as they return to their homeland to testify in the genocide trials. For a new generation, justice is complicated.

Tuesday Reviewsday: a tribute to Juan Gabriel

The late Juan Gabriel was a superstar musician beloved around the world, far beyond the borders of his native Mexico.

Telluride: 'Bleed For This' brings an unknown boxer's story to the screen

Vinny Pazienza was a rising star in the boxing world — until a car accident nearly halted his career. Miles Teller and Aaron Eckhart talk about the challenges of portraying real people on screen.

Telluride: How Amy Adams went from dinner theater to Hollywood star

Amy Adams reflects on her career as an actress starting as a dinner theater dancer in Colorado and then rising to the level of A-list actor.

Thousand Islands, two tales: Who really invented the dressing?

The dressing is the subject of rival origin stories. One features a romantic billionaire, the other a Hollywood actress and a humble fishing guide.

Ava Duvernay and 'Queen Sugar': Celebrating diversity in TV

"Selma" director Ava Duvernay brings her talents to TV in "Queen Sugar, a new series about three very different siblings forced to run their father's sugar cane farm.

Telluride: Casey Affleck reflects on working with Joaquin Phoenix, Christian Bale and others

The actor stars in the new drama, "Manchester By The Sea," and talks about his more than twenty years of acting and the people he's worked with along the way.

What if they threw a fake comedy festival and everybody came?

If you want to catch a set in Haley Joel Osment's backyard or at the Chuckle Dumpster in Van Nuys, check out this comedy festival. Or don't. After all, it isn't real.

Former N.W.A. manager Jerry Heller dies at 75

The music manager who helped introduce N.W.A. to the masses has died. Jerry Heller was 75 years old.