The producer of the award-winning documentary “Behind the Orange Curtain” appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning.
Suspects in a Hollywood stabbing murder were interviewed two weeks ago as part of a documentary a filmmaker was putting together on LA’s homeless population.
Judy Chaikin appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to discuss the new documentary “The Girls in the Band.”
On every other Wednesday for the past 40 years, a group of legendary old-school Hollywood comedians join together for lunch.
A local teenager’s documentary about her grandfather’s murder in the line of duty and its effect on law enforcement is winning praise at multiple levels.
Academy Award nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to discuss her documentary, “Citizen Hearst.”
Co-Director of The Academy Award nominated documentary feature 5 BROKEN CAMERAS, Emad Burnat, visited the KCAL9 studios Saturday morning to talk about his film, which is the first-ever Palestinian movie to be nominated in this category.
Makers of a Discovery network documentary on presidential chiefs of staff have a perfect participation record.
ETHEL celebrates the remarkable life of the Kennedy matriarch, highlighted by revealing, little-known anecdotes from those who know her best: her family.
Hollywood may have run out of summer hits, but an anti-Obama documentary is helping to fill the gap.
If you know you’re not going to blindly support the “left” in this coming election, see the movie ‘2016: Obama’s America’. But, fair warning, it’s disturbing – and quite frightening – to say the least.
When Grammy Awards producers learned of Whitney Houston’s death less than 24 hours before the live telecast, they scrapped parts of the script, added performances and puzzled over how best to honor the Grammy-winning singer who died unexpectedly at age 48.
Angelo Guglielmo, director of the documentary “The Woman Who Wasn’t There,” shares his tips on documentary making.
A new documentary has opened chronicling the first internment camps that opened during World War II here in Southern California.
The Weinstein Company lost their appeal of the MPAA’s “R” rating for their new movie “Bully” and have decided to instead release the film unrated. Industry experts say the move will allow more young people to see the movie.