film and television director
Filmmaker; director of Captain America: Winter Solider and Captain America: Civil War; brother of Anthony Russo
The abundant action in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, begins when world governments move to restrict the activities of the Marvel superheroes to dial back the collateral damage…
May. 7, 2016
from The Business
Filmmaker Garrett Bradley on the complicated meaning of time.
from The Treatment
David Duchovny speaks about his new novel, “Truly Like Lightning,” and its plot that matters.
Films like “Palmer,” released on Apple+ in late January, are redefining how global audiences understand gender constructs in previously unthinkable ways.
from Scheer Intelligence
This week’s art picks include Kate Barbee’s stitched-up pseudo-Cubist forms; a new gallery in Chinatown focused on elevating design objects; and Xylor Jane’s palindromic paintings.
from Arts & Culture Stories
"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
Fox News ratings soared during a Trump presidency, but viewership numbers went down when Trump attacked the network.
from Hollywood Breakdown
The first in a two-parter with George Saunders discussing his new book, "A Swim in a Pond in the Rain: In Which Four Russians Give a Master Class on Writing, Reading, and Life."
Artist Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin’s photographs of LA’s black neighborhoods showcase monuments to what once it was and reimagines what it can be.
During the pandemic, many renters have stayed in their homes because of local and state eviction protections, but are still on the hook for back rent.
from Greater LA