Choreographer Matthew Bourne has made a career out of adapting his favorite movies and novels into dance productions. His latest work is based on the 1948 film, "The Red Shoes"; the new streaming service Revry is filling a niche that other platforms miss by targeting an LGBTQ audience; the family of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar ratchets up their trademark dispute with Netflix over "Narcos," while refusing to comment on the killing of a crewmember in Mexico.
Director Darren Aronofsky explains his divisive thriller, "mother!"; MacArthur fellow and USC professor Josh Kun and percussionist Alberto Lopez discuss their curation of the soundtrack to "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA"; The new players who replaced the familiar, traditional buyers at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Director Angelina Jolie and producer Rithy Panh discuss their new film, "First They Killed My Father," about the Cambodian genocide. The film was made was made with an entirely Cambodian cast and crew and is the country's official foreign language entry for the Oscars. The online platform Patreon was created in 2013 to help artists connect with patrons. CEO Jack Conte explains what $60 million in new funding will mean for the site.
'Battle of the Sexes' co-directors Valerie Faris and Jonathan Dayton say their movie about the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs is both about the public fight for gender equity and King's private struggle with her sexuality; newly minted Emmy winner Reed Morano on directing the first three episodes of 'The Handmaid's Tale'; What were the highs and lows of last night's Emmys?
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