The world’s most recorded bassists Nathan East stopped by KCAL9 Monday to tell viewers about his new documentary.
Soon, people will get a chance to see who the real Kobe Bryant is rather than the person we see on the hardwood.
He’s been a country star, a pop star, a television star and one of the most prolific singer-songwriters in American history – and now Glen Campbell is a symbol for the ravages of the Alzheimer’s Disease.
‘All You Need Is Love’ Delves Into Lives Of Children Clinging To Hope Amid Burma Military Oppression
Director and Producer Stuart Cameron and Associate Producer and Director Erin Terzieff joined KCAL9 Saturday to talk about the making of the film.
Shelley Morrison and her husband Walter Dominguez visited the KCAL9 studios Monday to discuss their documentary “Weaving the Past,” which they co-produced together.
A group of surfers set out to New Guinea to film about one of the world’s last undiscovered surf spots but soon found their film took a startling turn when they encountered the human rights atrocities on the island.
Actress and comedienne Kiki Melendez appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss her new film, “Journey of a Female Comic.”
The film, “Cesar Chavez”, looks at a critical period in Chavez’s life, including the grape boycott, which he started to bring national attention to the deplorable working conditions of farm workers.
The principal subjects of the documentary film “20 Feet from Stardom” are set to perform “The Star-Spangled Banner” before the 100th Rose Bowl game in Pasadena.
A filmmaker hopes her documentary about a 15-year-old boy who was fatally shot by a classmate in Oxnard five years ago will open up a discussion about bullying in communities around the country.
One of four instructors profiled in the inspiring documentary “Teach” is none other than an AP World History teacher here in Los Angeles.
A band of motorcycle-riding Taiwanese seniors roared through Southern California on Friday.
A local Egyptian-American man — a documentary filmmaker by trade — is keeping a close eye on the deadly violence rocking Egypt.
A new documentary — “The Game Don’t Change” — looks at street life in the 6th district of Long Beach, California.
The producer of the award-winning documentary “Behind the Orange Curtain” appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning.