If Black Iris were an actress, you might be kind of sick of seeing her face right now. The work of this music collective -- with outposts in New York, Los Angeles and Richmond, Va. -- is all over…
Forget the fusty furniture. Reinvented in London almost a decade ago and now thriving in New York, the culture of private social clubs has finally come to Los Angeles.
Got your heart set on a Mercedes McLaren or a Birkin bag in ostrich, with gold hardware? How about a last-minute table at Cut, or seats in the Dodger dugout?
Once synonymous with bums and punks, the Bowery's current renaissance is sensitive to the neighborhood's history.
To look at this year's Oscar nominees for art direction -- "American Gangster," "Atonement," "The Golden Compass," "Sweeney Todd" and "There Will Be Blood" -- is to see the full range of approaches…
The film follows the stories of five autistic children and their parents as the kids write, rehearse and perform an original musical in Los Angeles under the guidance of drama teacher Elaine Hall…
Beautifully shot in 35mm B&W, "Lake" portrays a nation divided over the issue of abortion through thoughtful interviews, news reports and shockingly graphic footage.
After illustrating the failings of the U.S. health-care system through its victims and its Nixon-era roots, Moore travels to Canada, England, France and Cuba to paint a stark contrast with socialized…
Last spring on a billboard, a female gorilla fought ferociously against the chains that bound her, a golden statuette in her hand. The buzzworthy billboard was an awards season protest from the…
Throughout the industry, where many white entertainers hide their light under a bushel, their African-American equivalents are more than happy to let it shine.
On first thought, it might seem that costuming a contemporary film would be much simpler than costuming a period piece. After all, you can just go to the store and shop, can't you?