Producer, Scheer Intelligence
The diversity at recent protests has been many years in the making, says one UCLA professor of African American Studies.
Jun. 11from Greater LA
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many nature programs have shut down due to statewide budget shortfalls. Some Black and Latinx families lost access to nature.
Jun. 10from Greater LA
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti speaks with Greater LA about the unrest, plus calls to cut funding from the Los Angeles Police Department and even dismantle it.
Jun. 9from Greater LA
Can the theatrical experience survive?
May. 29from Film Reviews
"Greyhound," with Tom Hanks as a destroyer captain during the Battle of the Atlantic in World War II, brings an action adventure to home screens.
Jul. 10from Film Reviews
David France’s new HBO documentary, “Welcome to Chechnya” looks at the ongoing campaign to eradicate gay people in the Chechen Republic.
Jul. 3from The Business
This week, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced the Oscars ceremony will be postponed until April 2021, and the eligibility requirement for films has been extended…
Jun. 19from Hollywood Breakdown
This week, Hollywood continued reckoning with onscreen depictions of racism and police violence.
Jun. 12from Hollywood Breakdown
To connect with an owl, even in a small way, is a rare gift. Elusive, mysterious and powerful: owls inspire both fear and awe.
Jun. 9from Nocturne
Thousands of high school students in LA are graduating this week. What’s next for them, well, everyone is trying to figure that out.
Jun. 12from KCRW Features
"The Audition" stars the great German actress Nina Hoss as a violin teacher determined to turn a tender young student into a virtuoso.
Jun. 26from Film Reviews
A Netflix melodrama appears to understand what many of us don’t about California’s ‘urban-rural divide.’
Jun. 11from Zócalo's Connecting California