The abundance of pre-parties, show-watching parties and after-parties is enough to easily fill up anyone's social calendar.
Just as production flight from Los Angeles has been decades in the making, the reasons for the decline in work for musicians on film and TV projects are deep-rooted.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game on Fox may have been last week’s top program among young adults, but it alone wasn’t enough to carry the net to victory. Instead, Univision and its popular…
More than a little inspired by the now-classic "Shit People Say in L.A.," one of Buzzfeed's highly shareable series of lists includes Only-in-L.A. observations such as "You refuse to walk anywhere…
Grace Mosqueda has been coordinating the hundreds of people who volunteer to help out at the L.A. Film Fest since 2011.
Same formula, new city. TLC is bringing “Breaking Amish” back to the airwaves this summer, this time in Los Angeles. From Hot Snakes Media, “Breaking Amish: LA” will follow five young adults, who…
The first message I ever received from Roger Ebert came nearly 20 years ago, in the form of a reply to a fan letter I'd sent him with little hope of hearing back. At the time, I was a high-school…
The renowned writer was most recently the chief film critic for the Village Voice, where his reviews, essays and interviews appeared regularly in all 11 Voice Media Group publications.
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.
Scott Foundas has been tapped to take over the post of principal film scribe at Gotham's Village Voice, ankling his current gig as associate program director at Film Society of Lincoln Center.