Laura Gabbert's documentary amplifies its native Los Angelean subject's love of both gastronomic diversity and his wildly diverse hometown itself.
This uniquely intertwined dual portrait of a country music icon and his Jewish-Canadian promoter should attract a diverse audience.
NBC's "Days of Our Lives" took the gold for drama series at the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards on Sunday.
Jonathan Gold will next be chewing up scenery on the bigscreen, as the famed Los Angeles food critic is the subject of a new documentary with "No Impact Man" director Laura Gabbert helming.
A few years ago -- an eternity on the Internet timeline -- online video was the Wild West. The occasional gunslinger would come along and challenge the current sheriff, achieving viral success.
The 16th Annual Gen Art Film Festival just finished up an eventful week, which showcased the New York premieres of seven features and seven shorts from up and coming filmmakers.
The Los Angeles Film Festival, which takes place June 17-27, will feature three artists in residence.
Jonathan Fischer has joined Groundswell Prods. as the company's chief operating officer/chief financial officer. He will oversee the 2-year-old indie's day-to-day business and finance operations and…
The concert film has never looked or sounded classier than Jonathan Demme's superbly crafted "Neil Young: Heart of Gold." Stately, classical and even deliberately old-fashioned, February release will…
Women on the edge of a nervous breakdown are at the heart of Pedro Almodovar's 13th outing, "All About My Mother," an emotionally satisfying and brilliantly played take on the ups and (mostly) downs…