American Cinematheque will fete Denzel Washington at the org's 17th annual benefit gala.
Denise L. McIver
Race to Freedom" is a powerful two-hour cablefilm that breaks from the Black History Month staples of documentaries and repeats, by exploring the lives of the men and women, blacks and whites, who…
Deftly directed by Kevin Hooks, "To My Daughter With Love" looks at the turmoil of a man who comes to grips with his wife's unexpected death and the fact that he might lose his child. With…
What Fred Astaire is to dance, Luther Vandross is to music.
Set in the Nebraska farmlands, this telefilm explores one Nebraska farm family's secrets, which come to light after the matriarch dies, seemingly of a heart attack. Honest, substantial performances…
Set in the Nebraska farmlands, this telefilm explores one Nebraska farm family's secrets, which come to light after the matriarch dies of an apparent heart attack. Honest, substantial performances…
This fact-based, feel-good/overcoming-adversity vidpic is fairly innocuous and predictable (i.e., the underdog wins) and almost before its midway point, the dramatic tension is so minimal that the…
Techno-funk-house band Zapp and frontman Roger Troutman exuberantly ushered in the Christmas holiday Friday might at the Roxy, the second of their three-night L.A. stand.
Maze featuring Frankie Beverly is a unique group of accomplished musicians whose music serves as a reminder of why R&B is so special. In the second of their two shows at the Universal Amphitheatre…
"There Are No Children Here" gives an unflinching look at a world in which children feel they have little control, where death's presence is felt daily and where there is too much month left before…