Award-winning filmmaker, journalist and photographer, whose films include the celebrated documentaries Crude, Brother’s Keeper, Paradise Lost, Metallica and Tony Robbins: I am Not Your Guru
Ted Bundy was convicted of killing more than 30 women in the 1970s. But in the midst of his killing spree, Bundy had a long-term girlfriend.
May. 8, 2019from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Joe Berlinger is a veteran documentarian who has been through a lot in his 25-year career.
Jul. 23, 2016from The Business
Joe Berlinger is an Oscar-nominated documentarian known for hard-hitting films like Paradise Lost, Brother’s Keeper and Crude. But his new film is more personal.
Jul. 18, 2016from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
This week grayscale paintings explore Americana, fabric sculptures straddle mediums, an artist plays with expressive linework, and LA artists respond to fire.
Dec. 10from Arts & Culture Stories
Alonso Duralde and Dave White regularly review films for KCRW’s "Press Play." They each offer five of their top films of the year.
On Tuesday, presidential hopeful Julian Castro joined Black Lives Matter activists in front of LAPD headquarters to raise awareness of the 2018 fatal police shooting of Grechario Mack.
Dec. 4from Greater LA
Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” builds a soundtrack out of vintage radio spots, commercials, and music.
Dec. 11from KCRW Features
Remember being a teenager? If you are now or ever were a teenager, you've probably had to navigate some tricky social waters. Who's cool? Who's a poser?
Dec. 2from Opening the Curtain
This is Rob Long, and on today’s Martini Shot I present my ID to the guard at the studio gate and wait to be waved through, and when I am, I’m elated, but also a little disappointed…
Dec. 11from Martini Shot
Part of the streaming wars is trying to figure out the perfect way to release new episodes--one at a time, all at once, or some combination of the two?
Nov. 29from Hollywood Breakdown
A new film about the CIA torture report brings to life the brutal reality of the crimes the agency committed post-9/11.
Nov. 29from Scheer Intelligence
When a studio executive “suggested” that Greta Gerwig change the ending she had devised for her version of "Little Women," Gerwig channeled Jo March, the fiery heroine of the Louisa…
Dec. 6from The Business