Film / Television
A music historian's dream! This four record set takes a single New York street and presents a dizzying array of America's finest jazz musicians.
For what appears to be the first time in Sundance history, an equal number of male and female-directed films were selected for the U.S. Dramatic Competition.
In his new book, New Yorker film critic David Denby outlines his fears that blockbuster films being made today are having a negative effect on American cinema.
Deborah Raffin, an actress who ran a successful audiobook company with her ex-husband, died of leukemia at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
"Life of Pi" was a best-seller when it was first published 11 years ago. KPCC’s Patt Morrison spoke with the author about how the book made the leap to the big screen.
The Hollywood Reporter is following wins at the National Entertainment Journalism Awards with a new issue featuring an apology for its role in the Hollywood Blacklist.
There's just no denying that Daniel Day-Lewis completely nailed Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln," from head to toe — but he didn't do it on his own.
"Twilight" saga screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg, who wrote all five screenplays, talks about the success of the vampire romance series. The final movie opens tonight.
Los Angeles Film School ties with GI Film Festival to honor veterans with veteran submitted films, charity events, networking and awards.
You (gladly) give up the expectation of total reality in any James Bond film, but two plot points stick in my craw after seeing "Skyfall" last night.
Betty Thomas is tapped to direct. She helmed "Private Parts", the well-recieved film about another shock jock, Howard Stern.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences partner on a retrospective of the late Stanley Kubrick's work.
Hollywood's historic haunt, the Magic Castle, is headed for the next plane of supernatural celebrity. Wonder what Irma will have to say about this?
Two pieces of news broke geek minds Tuesday: Disney is buying Lucasfilm. And there will be a Star Wars: Episode VII in 2015. With episodes 8 and 9 to follow.
Tom Hanks joins the show to talk about "Cloud Atlas," a new film that weaves history, philosophy, science and suspense into six separate narratives spanning oceans, continents and centuries.
Los Angeles playwright remembers American Indian Movement activist and actor Russell Means as a "gentle giant" in culture and politics.