“Green Book” vs. “BlacKkKlansman” echoes the 1989 best picture face-off between “Do the Right Thing” and “Driving Miss Daisy.”
Even Portman’s strong presence, matched by a stellar Jude Law, can’t save actor-turned-filmmaker Brady Corbet from a troubled sophomore effort.
The trailblazing artist tells how she fused feminist sensibilities with production methods in works that were initially written off by male critics and peers—and are now being celebrated in retrospectives and salutes.
Based on the bestselling novel by Kevin Kwan, the new movie represents Hollywood’s first all-Asian cast and creative team in 25 years.
The “Do the Right Thing” Oscar nominee is in play again this awards season with a refreshing, in-your-face look at racism.
The Beverly Hills production features Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville under the direction of five-time Olivier Award winner Richard Eyre.
The show features over 100 artists, including stars like Basquiat, Banksy and Haring, as well as taggers from the format’s earliest days in the 1960s.
The Los Angeles Press Club honors Paul Von Blum in the Books/Art/Design category for "his excellent critical analysis [and] incisive commentary." Also honored are columnist Chris Hedges and critic Jordan Riefe.