Arts & Entertainment

How 'Handmaid's Tale' director Reed Morano brought Margaret Atwood's dystopia to life

Director-producer Reed Morano discusses how her team adapted Margaret Atwood’s 1985 novel for a modern television audience.

Jonathan Demme and the simple power of the close-up

Demme, who directed 36 feature films and documentaries over the course of his long and varied career, died this morning. He was a filmmaker fascinated by the pure emotional force of the human face.

Jonathan Demme, director of 'Silence of the Lambs,' dies at 73

During more than four decades behind the camera, the Oscar-winning filmmaker forged a wide-ranging career — from documentaries to horror. He died Wednesday from complications of esophageal cancer.

5 films look at the LA Riots from (almost) every angle

The documentaries attempt to complete the picture of what transpired in L.A. in 1992 after Rodney King was beaten by police, showing how the riots affected a wide swath of Angelenos.

'Casting JonBenet' is a new twist on the documentary format

There have been TV movies, documentaries and docudramas made about the case, but the Netflix documentary, "Casting JonBenet," is something quite different.

Revisiting the Golden Age of rock billboards on the Sunset Strip

50 years ago, the huge signs above the Sunset Strip became a de facto art gallery to promote new albums.

Why Vera Farmiga & 'Bates Motel' co-creator Kerry Ehrin love Norma Bates

As the A&E series "Bates Motel" comes to an end, co-creator Kerry Ehrin and star Vera Farmiga look back at how they created and fell in love with the character of Norma Bates.

'Sleight' writer/director J.D. Dillard's journey from receptionist to filmmaker

Dillard was once a receptionist for J.J. Abrams' production company, but he's since landed his first film at Sundance, which is about to open in theaters.

'Promise,' 'Ottoman Lieutenant' take Armenian genocide to the screen

The recent films feature very different accounts of Turkey's history and involvement with death of 1.5 million Armenians during WWI.

PHOTOS: Farewell, Coachella 2017

Those who came the second weekend faced hotter temperatures: "Even before the doors opened we had calls for medical aid."

DoggoLingo, an Internet language built around love for the puppers

Also known as doggo-speak, it's full of cutesy suffixes and onomatopoeias. It might even change the way you talk to your pet.

Hollywood agent and producer Sandy Gallin dies at 76

Gallin, who guided the careers of Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton and Cher, died Friday after a long battle with multiple myeloma.

'Happy Days' star Erin Moran dies at 56

The former child star was a Burbank native who began acting in TV and movies before she was 10 years old.

Hear Roger Waters' new song 'Smell The Roses'

The first song from Roger Waters' upcoming album is a rage against complacency and an elegy to the American dream.

Kendrick Lamar goes deep into religious symbolism with 'Damn'

Religion, redemption and reconciliation are among the many themes running through the rapper's new album 'Damn.'

'MST3K' host Jonah Ray and the art of riffing on really bad movies

It’s been 17 years since the original series went off the air, but the show has remained a cult favorite ever since.