Writer/Director Ty Hodges describes what he is most proud of when it comes to his new film.
Writer/Director Ty Hodges explains the “grace” in his new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
Writer/Director Emily Ting explains how Hong Kong plays a pivotal role in her new film.
Writer/Director Emily Ting describes her new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
“Escape From Tomorrow” was shot guerrilla-style at Disneyland and Disney World without permission from the famously proprietary Walt Disney Co., and which has actually made it to the screen.
Congressman Adam Schiff is calling on the Venezuelan government to release one of his West Hollywood constituents who was arrested while working on a documentary film.
Academy Award nominated filmmaker Leslie Iwerks appeared on KCAL9 News on Sunday morning to discuss her documentary, “Citizen Hearst.”
Filmmaker Billy Wilder’s Estate Donates $11M To Neurosurgery Unit At Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
Filmmaker Billy Wilder and his wife’s estate donated $11 million to support the neurosurgery unit at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, hospital officials announced Wednesday.
The California filmmaker behind a controversial anti-Muslim film was sentenced to a year in prison on Wednesday for probation violations in connection with a 2010 bank fraud conviction.
Actor and filmmaker Matthew Lillard stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss his directional debut with “Fat Kid Rules the World”!
A 28-year-old Boston man who was arrested at LAX wearing body armor and transporting body bags and a hatchet will be represented by the same attorney for the filmmaker behind a notorious anti-Islam movie.
A man behind an anti-Islamic film that sparked violence in the Middle East is expected in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday to determine whether he should be sent back to prison for violating his probation.
The family of a filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic movie has left their California home in the middle of the night.
A Cerritos man believed to be the maker of an anti-Islam movie that sparked riots around the globe may be back in hiding.
A Southern California filmmaker allegedly linked to a controversial Anti-Islamic film made a brief appearance overnight after being holed up inside his Cerritos home for more than three days.