BEFORE ADAM DRIVER WAS IN HOLLYWOOD, HE WAS IN THE MARINES
The Frame’s John Horn spoke with actor Adam Driver at the Telluride Film Festival. After being presented with a career honor by Martin Scorsese, Driver discussed how going to acting school after the Marines opened his world. And why he and his wife now bring theater to active duty military. Driver opens up about his collaborations with directors Steven Soderbergh and Noah Baumbach. Next month he can be seen in Baumbach's "Marriage Story" and in "The Report" produced by Soderbergh.
SNL'S TAKES ON RACE
LIZ PHAIR HAS "HORROR STORIES" TO TELL
For Liz Phair, being sexual was just one part of her identity, but in her new memoir "Horror Stories," the indie rocker recounts how that one thing came to define her.
COMPOSING CHAOS FOR "JOKER"
Hildur Guðnadóttir is an Icelandic composer and cellist. She composes, performs and engineers both her solo music and film scores in a genre that straddles experimental pop and contemporary music. She's had a breakout year for her film work. Her score to HBO’s “Chernobyl" won her an Emmy Award, and she composed the music to Todd Phillips’ film, “Joker.” Frame producer Jonathan Shifflett spoke with Guðnadóttir about the difficulty of writing music that mirrors the Joker’s inner thoughts.
CHINA DELETES "SOUTH PARK"
"PARASITE" FILMMAKER BONG JOON-HO
AN OBSESSION WITH BARRIERS
John Horn visits the Annenberg Space for Photography's exhibit, "WALLS: Defend, Divide, and the Divine" with guest curator Jen Sudul Edwards. The show collects the work of some 70 artists who have photographed barriers all over the world — from prisons to refugee camps to fences at the U.S./Mexico border. Edwards says that the urgency for the show, which was envisioned several years ago, increased as the debate over a wall along the U.S. southern border has escalated.