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Spike Lee brings "David Byrne's American Utopia" to the screen with all of its joy and energy intact.
In a sign of the growing interest in media dealmaking, private equity firm RedBird opens an L.A. office.
Luca Marinelli won the Venice International Film Festival's best actor prize for his performance in Pietro Marcello's brilliantly inventive film.
Canadian filmmaker Yung Chang's documentary "This Is Not a Movie" profiles veteran British journalist and longstanding Middle East correspondent Robert Fisk.
Unlike "The Princess Bride" and "Star Trek" reunions, "The West Wing" special is not expressly partisan. But it confronts President Trump and the GOP nonetheless.
Find a flick with our guide to new and classic movies playing outdoors at L.A.-area drive-ins, pop-ups and rooftops.
The point of all these candles is to create an alternate me, one who lives serenely, in a calmer, saner, more hopeful place and time. A time when how my home smells doesn't matter so much because I am not in it 24/7.
Dylan O'Brien stars in "Love and Monsters," an action-comedy set seven years after a cataclysm has wiped out more than 90% of Earth's human population.
Written and directed by Rick Korn, the documentary "Harry Chapin: When in Doubt, Do Something" traces the singer-songwriter-activist's life.