Kathryn Barnes

Kathryn Barnes

Coordinating Producer, KCRW Santa Barbara

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Coordinating Producer, KCRW Santa Barbara

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A new film, “   By Hand   ,” documents their 218-day journey. It premieres at the    Santa Barbara International Film Festival    this week.

Central Coast brothers paddle from Alaska to Mexico by hand

A new film, “ By Hand ,” documents their 218-day journey. It premieres at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival this week.

from KCRW Features

The    Santa Barbara International Film Festival   features one    foreign language film directed and produced by UCSB students.   “   Mother of Chernobyl   ” is a fictional tale about…

Stay or go after Chernobyl? UCSB student film tells a mother’s story

The  Santa Barbara International Film Festival  features one  foreign language film directed and produced by UCSB students.  “ Mother of Chernobyl ” is a fictional tale about…

from KCRW Features

Food and wine writer Matt Kettmann recommends “The Delicacy,” “The Wandering Chef,” “Man in the Field,” and “Born in a Ballroom.”

Santa Barbara Film Festival: Why we eat weird things, 108-course feast, and more

Food and wine writer Matt Kettmann recommends “The Delicacy,” “The Wandering Chef,” “Man in the Field,” and “Born in a Ballroom.”

from KCRW Features

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Syd Mead envisoned vehicles, streetscapes and gadgets for Blade Runner, Tron, Aliens and many other films. He died December 30 at age 86.

from Design and Architecture

This week: A room-sized aquarium made of detritus, an artist questions systems that exclude disabled bodies, and a painter exhibits a whole show of books.

‘The L Word: Generation Q’ is not a reboot of the groundbreaking Showtime series on lesbian life in Los Angeles.

from The Treatment

Angelenos can reduce their carbon footprints by composting, but finding a place to do that is tough.

from Greater LA

Ben Lerner’s  Leaving the Atocha Station  and  10:04  find their synthesis in  The Topeka School , the third in his Hegelian trilogy.

from Bookworm

When filmmaker Lulu Wang set out to write and direct a personal movie based on a real-life family saga, she had a clear vision for an American film, largely set in China, mostly in…

from The Business

This week we’re looking at several films from 2019 in which food was a subtle yet powerful storytelling device. Plus: we’re looking at the never-ending quest for a hangover cure.

from Good Food

Stephen Adly Guirgis play "Between Riverside and Crazy" is one of those scripts that plays very differently outside of New York.

from Opening the Curtain

Happy New Year!  LA theater is all about women in the new year.  There are one woman shows, re-imagining women from history.  Here’s a quick list of the shows I’m looking forward to…

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