Former collaborators Antonio Campos and Sean Durkin each have new movies. Campos made Netflix’s ‘The Devil All the Time,’ while Durkin has IFC’s ‘The Nest.’
Prince’s landmark “Sign O’ the Times” has been reissued as a box set. Critics Mikael Wood, Daphne Brooks, Naima Cochrane and Michaelangelo Matos on its legacy.
With artist-friendly Bandcamp Fridays and initiatives that benefit progressive causes, the online music platform has become beloved beyond its indie roots.
‘The Great British Baking Show’ is back on Netflix for its 11th season to offer us a sweet escape from the misery of 2020.
Showtime’s “The Comey Rule,” about former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump, can’t keep pace with the state of crisis we’ve become used to.
Fall Music Preview
Turning to music to ease quarantine blues? Here are 20 albums our experts are most looking forward to and previews of new music from L.A.-based Ty Dolla Sign, Shamir, Beabadoobee and former Beyoncé songwriter Saint Jhn. A reissue of Tom Petty’s 1994 “Wildflowers” will also drop soon, along with a Mariah Carey memoir. In the meantime, catch up on how TikTok is changing pop music and Bandcamp is disrupting streaming.
Fall may not bring starlit shows at the Hollywood Bowl, but it does offer enough great new music to fill your playlists through the end of this miserable year.
Casting directors and actors share their experiences auditioning via Zoom, self-tapes and — in rare cases — in person amid the COVID-19 crisis.
JANM and EWP are among 20 BIPOC arts organizations receiving “game changer” pandemic funding from a Ford Foundation-led program.
Disney has pushed back the release dates for ‘Black Widow,’ ‘Death on the Nile’ and multiple other films, in a blow to movie theaters.
Productions from the Fountain, A.C.T., Pig Iron and La Jolla Playhouse are admirably ambitious at times, but they also reveal the limits of digital.
Two E! hosts, Giuliana Rancic and Vivica A. Fox, released statements during the Emmys red-carpet preshow announcing they tested positive for COVID-19.
Warner Bros.’ ‘Tenet’ continues to do modest business with $36.1 million in North American receipts and a global cumulative of $250.1 million.
Van Morrison is planning to release three new songs that take a swipe at coronavirus restrictions imposed by the British government.
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Marla Berns, who brought free admission and a new name to the Fowler Museum, will retire at the end of the academic year.
“The Boys in the Band” — Mart Crowley’s landmark gay story that’s at once dated and timely — captures the bonds of friendship, even when it gets ugly.
In"Mayday!” Susan Silton tracks the pandemic’s toll and “the collective weight of people mourning” by having participants send names of the country’s COVID-19 dead to Donald Trump. She also looks back at the way U.S. media covered Hitler’s rise.
The L.A. Phil launches its concert series filmed without audience at the Hollywood Bowl. Also this weekend: “Fame,” Maria Bamford, dinos for kids.
When Japanese immigrants moved into one of Riverside’s nicest — and whitest — downtown neighborhoods in the early 1900s, it caused an uproar. The family had to fight to stay -- and won.
One of 12 existing portraits by Renaissance master Sandro Botticelli will go on auction next year and could fetch more than $80 million.
Sex, art, politics, intersectional feminism. The L.A. hosts of a Latina-centric podcast are reaching fans with conversations that get very real.
A trailer for “A POTENTIALITY” by filmmaker Dana Berman Duff, inspired by Susan Silton’s work of the same name.