If you're in Los Angeles and haven't made it out to the fall festivals, your chance to see some acclaimed new documentaries may arrive sooner than you think, if you just know where to find them.
The L.A. nonprofit's co-founder on building an audience and keep them coming back.
On finding her way beyond prison walls for the incredible story of saxophonist Frank Jordan.
Now in its 29th year, the screening series continues to revive the luster of both L.A.'s movie palaces and the films they show.
One of LA's best screening series is curated by one of its most exciting young producers.
On the madman behind the crazy Cinefamily screening series that ends its run this Saturday with "Escape from New York."
The New York filmmaker gets under the slick surface of a Southern California family in her latest drama and talks about writing a script with Lena Dunham and the psychology behind making a geographical leap as one in her career.
On the nine-and-a-half year journey to make a film about the iconoclastic and quintessential L.A. artist.
Foreign and arthouse cinema get their closeup at the LA Times' free screening series at the Sundance Sunset.
The prolific director talks about the intersection between his personal and professional life that led to his latest film, the influence of Paul Mazursky and why women are where it's at right now.
The Korean-American filmmaker on the spa-set coming-of-age story that's one of the most exciting feature debuts in Park City.