Alfonso Cuarón is a Mexican screenwriter, film director and producer. He is the father of filmmaker Jonás Cuarón.
Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity is a bona fide hit -- having grossed close to $700 million worldwide and garnered ten Oscar nominations.
Feb. 15, 2014from The Business
Jan. 29, 2014from The Treatment
There’s a temptation with the big stories, say a Greek myth, to embrace the epic, larger-than-life quality. After all it’s a myth, right? Take playwright Sarah Ruhle’s “Eurydice”.
Aug. 12from Opening the Curtain
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I take a long boat trip to interesting and exotic places, and end up heading back to the boat for pizza night, which is a metaphor I hope…
Aug. 8from Martini Shot
Museum Row on Wilshire Boulevard is in the midst of some big changes, with major projects at the Petersen, Academy Museum, LACMA, La Brea Tar Pits and Craft Contemporary.
Aug. 13from Design and Architecture
This week saw the long-awaited recombining of CBS and Viacom.
Aug. 16from Hollywood Breakdown
For the first time, PBS will stream live on a so-called "skinny bundle," YouTube TV.
Jul. 30from Screengrab
KCRW and Film Independent invite you to an advance screening of Official Secrets from IFC films.
Aug. 15from Arts & Culture Stories
Edward Goldman talks about fond art memories from hosting KCRW’s Art Talk for 31 years.
Aug. 6from Art Talk
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Director Tim Story on reviving the "Shaft" franchise starring Samuel L. Jackson.
Jul. 26from The Treatment
The Peanut Butter Falcon is a certified feelgood film that has no use for naked tenderness, disability sentimentality or full-frontal sweetness.
Aug. 9from Film Reviews