The Frame

Movies, music, TV, arts and entertainment, straight from Southern California. Hosted by John Horn

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Recent Episodes from The Frame

Sean Baker's 'The Florida Project'; Todd Haynes and Ed Lachman of 'Wonderstruck'

"The Florida Project" follows a six-year-old girl, her mother, and the other families who live in a budget motel not far from Disney World. Sean Baker talks about his movie, which highlights the lives of the "hidden homeless" in America; filmmaker Todd Haynes and cinematographer Ed Lachman on their ambitious film, "Wonderstruck."

Ai Wei Wei, filmmaker; the roots of 'Blade Runner'; Barbara Dane

Dissident artist Ai Wei Wei made "Human Flow," a documentary about refugees around the world; Philip K. Dick wrote the story that inspired the original “Blade Runner,” but he didn't think the movie would amount to much; folk singer Barbara Dane has a lifetime of memories.

Noah Baumbach explores family dynamics in 'The Meyerowitz Stories'

From the start of his career, Noah Baumbach has been fascinated with family dynamics. His new movie, “The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected),” centers around a domineering patriarch played by Dustin Hoffman. Baumbach talks about exploring the relationships between adult children and their father, and the legacy of family myths.

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