Film / Television
This weekend, the quarterly "Hollywood Show" autograph show is back in Burbank for more.
Starting this weekend, thousands of film buffs will pack a L.A. multiplex to support dozens of independent movies about the African diaspora from around the world.
More than a hundred filmmakers from around the world will see their movies on the big screen starting Thursday at the 20th annual Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles.
The low budget movie “Chronicle” won the box office this weekend. The story of a group of unknown kids with superpowers has nudged the world's most famous teen wizard out of the top slot.
Kevin Smith is hosting a live broadcast of the podcast he does with his friend/frequent co-star Jason Mewes, aka Jay, in theaters around the country.
Film historians and critics can spend their whole lives debating who the best director is, but there is a near total consensus on who is the worst: Ed Wood.
"I am so proud to say that that historic moment of unity is at hand," he said.
Have you ever traveled with a giant, sweaty, daikon? Or ridden a cat bus? You can see that and more this Thursday at a local film festival.
The Academy announced their list of nominations for the Oscars Tuesday morning. It includes a couple films about Paris, cinema history, some familiar names and a few surprises.
The Oscar nominees are in and Martin Scorsese's Parisian adventure "Hugo" lead the way with 11 nominations, including best picture and best director.
A review of the best and most buzzed about films at Sundance 2012. Plus, a look at some controversies unfolding at the festival.
Shhhh. The classy black-and-white love-letter wins big again on its quiet march to the Oscars. After upsetting 'The Descendants' in the Globes, isn't it the new front-runner?
L.A. director Andrew Ahn might be the first filmmaker to use a movie to come out to his parents. His film played at Sundance this past weekend.
The annual Sundance Film Festival opens Thursday night. More than 4,000 filmmakers submitted work; fewer than 120 of their films made the cut. KPCC’s Shirley Jahad has more from Park City, Utah, where plenty of people from the Southland are converging.
On making more "Star Wars" movies: "Why would I make any more when everybody yells at you all the time and says what a terrible person you are?"
On this day 70 years ago, the United States had barely entered World War II. Wartime restrictions on night lighting may have helped extinguish one of Hollywood’s brightest stars, 33-year-old Carole Lombard.