Brian McGinn

director

Director of Amanda Knox

Brian McGinn on KCRW

After British student Meredith Kercher was found brutally murdered in Perugia, Italy, in 2007, news stories quickly focused less on the victim than her roommate, Amanda Knox.

Directors Rod Blackhurst & Brian McGinn on 'Amanda Knox'

After British student Meredith Kercher was found brutally murdered in Perugia, Italy, in 2007, news stories quickly focused less on the victim than her roommate, Amanda Knox.

from The Business

In 2007, a young student named Meredith Kercher was found brutally murdered in the picturesque hill town of Perugia, Italy.

New Netflix doc examines the Amanda Knox case from all sides

In 2007, a young student named Meredith Kercher was found brutally murdered in the picturesque hill town of Perugia, Italy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

More from KCRW

Jen Craig discusses writing “Panthers and the Museum of Fire,” a short and expansive book that feels immense, rich and complex.

from Bookworm

This week’s picks include an artist who creates playful and graphic airbrushed paintings with darker undertones; women who are depicted pumping breast milk while listing their fears;…

from Arts & Culture Stories

David Rieff discusses “Divorcing” by Susan Taubes: the reimagined end of an autobiographical marriage.

from Bookworm

This week on The Treatment, Elvis welcomes Emmy-award winning actor Jeff Daniels.

from The Treatment

Bryan Fogel won Netflix its first feature documentary Oscar with his Russian doping exposé “Icarus.”

from The Business

Chris Gibbs and Beth Birkett on Union Los Angeles’ staying power.

from The Treatment

Clay Tweel’s HBO Max documentary on the New Age “cult of cults” that claimed dozens of lives raises powerful questions about the checkered histories of various religions.

from Scheer Intelligence

Jolly Old St. Nick is still coming to town this pandemic Christmas — straight to living rooms via Zoom, Skype, etc.

from Greater LA

Those who read to write will want to hear Eileen Myles talk about “For Now,” which is part of the "Why I Write" series from Yale University Press.

from Bookworm