Ismet Prcic



Bosnian-born novelist, winner of a 2010 NEA Award for fiction and a fellow at 2011 Sundance Screenwriting Lab

Ismet Prcic on KCRW

Ismet Prcic: Shards

from Bookworm

More from KCRW

College students have a lot on their plates these days: an upended academic career because of the pandemic, the specter of the virus itself, and the general stress of exams and…

from Greater LA

"Little Fish" finished shooting many months before Covid-19 hit, but it gets some things right and other things very right, even though the virus in the movie attacks your memory…

from Film Reviews

"The United States vs. Billie Holiday" chronicles the U.S.

from Film Reviews

Joel Whitney joins Robert Scheer to talk about the lives of poets George and Mary Oppen, two admirable Americans persecuted for their leftist ideals.

from Scheer Intelligence

Director Chloe Zhao on the significance of a sunset.

from The Treatment

In "The Truffle Hunters," a new documentary by Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw, Italian men in their 60s, 70s and 80s do as they've done for decades--search the forests of the Alba…

from Film Reviews

“The White Tiger,” Aravind Adiga's darkly comedic novel about a clever servant’s rise out of poverty in India, won the Booker Prize in 2008.

from The Business

Actress Nicole Beharie on the compromises for access and agency.

from The Treatment

With vaccines rolling out and business reopenings on the horizon, heads of movie studios are making it clear they have not given up on theaters.

from Hollywood Breakdown