For this special Thursday roundup just for you, we’ve got big money at the DMA, a little money raising hackles with Klyde Warren Park and a flying reporter, among other things.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
Wanna make a movie, but your film crew consists of just you and a couple of buddies? Here are some tricks of the trade that will have you cranking out that viral video in no time.
The residents of England’s favorite TV abbey receive a few rather unexpected guests.
This week, we discuss Spring Breakers – the wild new film that will have you locking up your high school and college-age kids each March.
Today in the roundup: Second Thought’s star turn, Disney hires David Lowery and visual arts notes.
MOMA’s acclaimed retrospective, Cindy Sherman, makes its final stop at the DMA, and it’s a landmark show of disguises and female identity, of brilliant photographic fakery and caricature.
Park Chan-Wook takes on Hichcock’s Shadow of a Doubt, plus we review the highlights from our trip to Austin.
The stars of IFC’s quirky comedys gather to explain how they got here.
Yesterday, I chatted with KERA’s Morning Edition host Sam Baker about what I’ve been up to at SXSW. In case you missed it, here’s our conversation.
Hate your job? It could be — as the saying goes — worse. This animated little gem shows us how.