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First-time filmmaker Jennifer Brea documents her struggle with a chronic disease in "Unrest." Even when she was in pain, she told her husband and crew to keep filming.
Spend your first weekend of the fall season enjoying an outdoor movie at a winery, pigging out on lobster or burgers and watching a surf dog competition.
Here's a look at a streaming service with a mission: to distribute content for queer audiences, by queer audiences, all over the world.
Choreographer Matthew Bourne creates dance adaptations of beloved works like "Edward Scissorhands" and now, "The Red Shoes." But he says they're more theater than ballet.
The director talks about his most divisive film in years starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem.
LaMotta fought Sugar Ray Robinson six times, handing Robinson his first defeat. He lost the middleweight title to him in what became known as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre.
Angelina Jolie discovered author Loung Ung's memoir 17 years ago while filming in Cambodia. Now, she's bringing Ung's experience of the Khmer Rouge regime to the screen.
Directors Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton say they had to write a lot of "passionate letters" to make "Battle of the Sexes" the way they wanted.
Low turnout at both the Rams and Chargers' games over the weekend could be a bad omen for the NFL future of Los Angeles. Or are we speaking too soon?
Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer lampooned himself, with his "SNL" alter-ego in the audience. Many presenters and winners took the stage to slam their former TV co-star, Donald Trump.
It was, not surprisingly, a night for politics, with everyone from host Stephen Colbert to Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda and Alec Baldwin getting in zingers about Donald Trump.
We heard from a woman who was considering trading her white-sounding last name for her boyfriend's Latino one.
She says the writer's agent "thought it was a bad idea" and had the author turn the protagonist white.
Country music singer Dolly Parton hit Hollywood in advance of the Emmys. She's nominated in the TV movie category for "Dolly Parton's Christmas of Many Colors."
From 1967 until 1977, photographers from La Raza chronicled Chicanos in and around Los Angeles. The Autry Museum is sharing them.