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The mini-series tells the origin of the LGBT rights movement as it emerged from San Francisco in the early 1970’s where it intersected with the civil rights, women's, and peace movements.Add your comments
It’s pointless to draw too many analogies between the themes of "1984" and the zeitgeist of any given day - including today but George Orwell’s novel - in all its incarnations - has always seemed relevant to me.
This week for On the Lot, our special look at the business of entertainment, we get a first-hand account at last night's Academy Awards ceremony. Rebecca Keegan of Vanity Fair was at the Oscars and the Vanity Fair after-party.
Big wins for "Moonlight" and African American actors are laudable, but the Motion Picture Academy and the industry must address broader diversity issues.
Shock and chaos spread through the Dolby Theatre when producers of "La La Land" were stopped in the middle of their acceptance speeches to be informed that Beatty had incorrectly read "La La Land" as the winner.
In 2008, Patel landed his breakout role in "Slumdog Millionaire." Now, the 26-year-old has earned an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor in "Lion."
Khaled Khateeb was the cinematographer for "The White Helmets," a 40-minute Netflix documentary nominated for Best Documentary Short. The Department of Homeland Security said it found "derogatory information," a broad category that could include anything from terror connections to passport irregularities.
Kevin O'Connell has the most nominations of anybody without a win, but he says he's still thrilled just to be recognized by his peers.
The Academy Awards don’t offer advertisers nearly the number of viewers that football’s biggest night draws in, but it’s still a huge national platform.
The retrospective of Romero's work at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach includes several works by Marin, who is a prominent collector.
It's the most glamorous -- and photographed -- night of the year. Learn how teams of image specialists help A-list actresses get ready for the red carpet.
Almost exactly three years ago, Richard Simmons, once the most accessible celebrity in Los Angeles, withdrew from public life. Only a few people have heard from him since, not including podcast host Dan Taberski.
From happy Neolithic-era accident to inspiration for student protests to tabletop staple, butter has had quite the ride over the past 10,000 years. A new book tells the story.
Ahead of the big ceremony, get behind-the-scenes stories and interviews from your favorite nominees and artists you may have never heard of before.
The Oscars are this Sunday. It's the highlight of the film fan's calendar, and if you want to take your Academy Awards viewing experience to the next level, we have the tools for you.
DuVernay, whose documentary "13th" is up for an Oscar, told KPCC she isn't interested in berating Hollywood studios over the lack of diversity — she's focused on helping women make movies.