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Mark Russell tackled religion in "God Is Disappointed In You," and now he's tackling politics in "Prez," a comic about a YouTube star getting elected president.
Doug Aitken didn't want to make a traditional documentary about his project that took artists on a cross-country train trip to explore the relationship between creativity and place.
Sean Carlson's challenges in booking the festival became evident when headliner Frank Ocean pulled out two days before this year's event. Enter...Kanye West.
The two indie bands are constantly on tour and coping with the challenges of maintaining relationships and trying to make a living.
What began as a one-day affair has since grown into an L.A. musical extravaganza. Here are all the details on the festival and interviews with several of the acts playing the show.
One of the major concerns for actors is how they get paid for their work in the fast-changing world of streaming, which includes Netflix and Amazon TV shows.
The composer used to produce for Madonna and Donna Summer, which explains why he's attracted to '80s electronic music.
Johnny Knoxville has made a documentary about the daredevil whose "go for it" attitude influenced Knoxville's MTV show, "Jackass."
Yorkin worked with partner Norman Lear to direct and co-produce breakthrough 1970s TV sitcoms including "Maude" and "The Jeffersons" along with "All in the Family."
She was best known as Batgirl (and her alter ego, librarian Barbara Gordon, Commissioner Gordon's daughter) in the 1967-68 season of ABC's "Batman."
Sikivu Hutchinson, a visiting scholar at USC, says praise for "Straight Outta Compton" ignores N.W.A.'s misogynistic lyrics and messages of sexual violence towards women.
Poet Claudia Rankine on the origins of the stories in her book, her thoughts on how the play was adapted and the significance of the hooded sweatshirt in a post-Trayvon Martin era.
Singer/guitarist Jake Duszik and bassist John Famiglietti tells us about the band's rise — and knowing that it will come to an end.
If you don't have the time to keep up with the latest in new music, we've got the perfect solution for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.
Director Guy Ritchie talks about following his Sherlock movies with "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." and his secret love of children's animated movies like "Frozen."