Arts

A filmmaking couple in Mia Hansen-Løve's wonderful "Bergman Island" spend a summer residency on the island off the coast of Sweden where Ingmar Bergman lived and made some of his most…

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The HBO series “Succession” follows the super rich and deeply dysfunctional Roy family, as the kids fight to win patriarch Logan Roy's favor and lock down a position of power in their…

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Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, “The Closer.”

Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix special prompts backlash, employees plan a walkout in protest

Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, “The Closer.”

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Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, “The Closer.”

Dave Chappelle’s ‘The Closer’ prompts trans Netflix employees to plan a walkout next week

Netflix is in hot water after a series of failed PR moves following the release of Dave Chappelle’s new comedy special, “The Closer.”

from Hollywood Breakdown

Rita Dove’s new book of poetry, “Playlist for the Apocalypse,” goes in many different historical and personal directions.

Rita Dove: “Playlist for the Apocalypse”

Rita Dove’s new book of poetry, “Playlist for the Apocalypse,” goes in many different historical and personal directions.

from Bookworm

“Witch Hunt” is a new exhibition curated by Connie Butler from the Hammer Museum and Anne Ellegood from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICALA).

‘Witch Hunt’ is a creative cauldron of feminist artists — on display at 2 LA museums

“Witch Hunt” is a new exhibition curated by Connie Butler from the Hammer Museum and Anne Ellegood from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICALA).

from Greater LA

Raquel Gutiérrez wrote about how LA shaped their own identity in a recent personal essay for Places Journal. The prompt was: How do Latinos impact the built environment of Los Angeles?

How the 704 bus line shaped writer Raquel Gutiérrez’s LA identity

Raquel Gutiérrez wrote about how LA shaped their own identity in a recent personal essay for Places Journal. The prompt was: How do Latinos impact the built environment of Los Angeles?

from Greater LA

The Holocaust Museum in LA’s Pan Pacific Park is partially underground, and the roof is covered in grass, so it blends in with the surrounding park.

LA Holocaust Museum gets an expansion, UCLA students can try ‘sleeping pods’ to avoid commutes

The Holocaust Museum in LA’s Pan Pacific Park is partially underground, and the roof is covered in grass, so it blends in with the surrounding park.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The song “ Nature Boy ” was a number one hit for Nat King Cole in 1948, selling 1 million copies that year.

Meet ‘Nature Boy’ composer Eden Ahbez, the LA outdoor lover who changed jazz history

The song “ Nature Boy ” was a number one hit for Nat King Cole in 1948, selling 1 million copies that year.

from Greater LA

Ry Russo-Young on the inevitability of her role in her own documentary

Ry Russo-Young: ‘Nuclear Family’

Ry Russo-Young on the inevitability of her role in her own documentary

from The Treatment

All is not well between Bob Iger and Bob Chapek at Disney, as detailed in a Hollywood Reporter article by Kim Masters.

At Disney, it’s Bob vs. Bob

All is not well between Bob Iger and Bob Chapek at Disney, as detailed in a Hollywood Reporter article by Kim Masters.

from The Business

In the new series “Dopesick,” which premieres on Hulu on October 13, Michael Keaton plays Samuel Finnix, a salt-of-the-earth country doctor in Appalachia.

To create Hulu’s ‘Dopesick,’ Danny Strong fell down the Purdue Pharma rabbithole

In the new series “Dopesick,” which premieres on Hulu on October 13, Michael Keaton plays Samuel Finnix, a salt-of-the-earth country doctor in Appalachia.

from The Business

It's not your ordinary lamb, but then "Lamb" isn't your ordinary Icelandic indie film.

A Blessed Event On the Sheep Farm

It's not your ordinary lamb, but then "Lamb" isn't your ordinary Icelandic indie film.

from Film Reviews

For a long time, WME and CAA have been the number one and number two agencies in Hollywood.

Talent agency CAA acquires rival ICM, continuing the Hollywood consolidation wave

For a long time, WME and CAA have been the number one and number two agencies in Hollywood.

from Hollywood Breakdown

After more than a year of pandemic-related delays, “No Time to Die” is finally opening in U.S. movie theaters.

‘No Time to Die’ finally opens in the US, with high box office hopes

After more than a year of pandemic-related delays, “No Time to Die” is finally opening in U.S. movie theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Forest Lawn Memorial Park is now home to Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Lucille Ball, Gene Autry, Paul Walker, John Ritter, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson and many more.

At Glendale’s Forest Lawn cemetery, check out a massive collection of Michelangelo art replicas

Forest Lawn Memorial Park is now home to Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Lucille Ball, Gene Autry, Paul Walker, John Ritter, Elizabeth Taylor, Michael Jackson and many more.

from Greater LA

Rabih Alameddine speaks about being in love with the characters in his new novel, “The Wrong End of the Telescope."

Rabih Alameddine: “The Wrong End of the Telescope”

Rabih Alameddine speaks about being in love with the characters in his new novel, “The Wrong End of the Telescope."

from Bookworm

The Foxhole Theater Company aims to bridge the gap between veterans and civilians, and bring stories that challenge stereotypical views of the military community.

Veterans reflect on the end of the Afghanistan War — in ‘The Ninth Door’ by Foxhole Theater Company

The Foxhole Theater Company aims to bridge the gap between veterans and civilians, and bring stories that challenge stereotypical views of the military community.

from Greater LA

On films that negatively portray African Americans, Jacqueline Stewart says, “If we suppress them because they're painful or problematic, then we also can't call Hollywood to task for…

MacArthur ‘Genius’ Jacqueline Stewart on why racist films should be watched and not censored

On films that negatively portray African Americans, Jacqueline Stewart says, “If we suppress them because they're painful or problematic, then we also can't call Hollywood to task for…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Safiya Noble plans to use the $625,000 in award money to create the nonprofit Equity Engine, which she hopes will provide Black women with the time, space, and resources needed to do…

UCLA’s newest MacArthur Genius says search engines reinforce oppressive stereotypes

Safiya Noble plans to use the $625,000 in award money to create the nonprofit Equity Engine, which she hopes will provide Black women with the time, space, and resources needed to do…

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