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Screenwriter Luke Davies and Saroo Brierley talk about adapting Brierley's amazing experience of finding his birth mother after an accidental 25-year-long separation.
Magic Johnson, a Hall of Fame point guard, returned to the franchise earlier this year in an executive role.
Joi McMillon and Nat Sanders are nominated for an Academy Award and she's the first African American woman ever nominated in the editing category.
Pressure from cable channels and streaming giants have pulled audiences away from broadcast TV and those networks are now choosing pilots carefully.
The co-authors of a new study talk about the issues that crop up with portrayals of senior citizens, and how Hollywood can be more inclusive moving forward.
It’s not new news that the entertainment business has a terrible record when it comes to diversity in hiring for jobs in film and television. But what's new is that the federal government is getting involved to change that.
The Japanese American National Museum will feature Executive Order 9066, which President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed to authorize the internment of 120,000 people of Japanese descent.
DeKnight was Ebony's first food editor and author of a best-selling African-American cookbook in the '40s. Her recipes presented a vision of black America that was often invisible in mainstream media.
The production of "Zoot Suit" at the Mark Taper Forum blends fact and fiction to tell the story of contentious trail of the Sleepy Lagoon murder. The library has the original story!
"The systems of oppression have made black people terrified of their own selves is one of the saddest statements in the film."
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 area might be in for a huge rain storm this weekend, but that shouldn't stop you from living it up— who can resist free chocolate or a Scottish festival?
What might you find in a Jason Rhoades installation? Bongs, a stuffed snake riding an electric train, an entire room laid out like an Ikea showroom, neon signs spelling out nicknames for the vulva, orange extension cords, restaurant shelving.
MTV was the first big player on the music video scene. Then it was YouTube, and now Facebook wants in on the game.
The actor and comedian talks about his unusual and poignant TV series and gives some very practical advice to aspiring comedians.