With the Twilight film franchise behind her, Stewart talks about her work in a series of interesting indie films, including Camp X-Ray.
The Rock and Roll and Songwriters Hall of Famer offers an insider’s look at life in and out of one of the biggest bands in the world.
The award-winning artist and 10-year breast cancer survivor talks about her latest project, “This Is M.E.,” and performs the new track, “A Little Bit of Me.”
Into her eighth decade, the incomparable actress-activist reflects on her career and her decision to only portray strong women.
Simien shares his feelings on the acclaim being received by his debut feature film, Dear White People, in which he tackles issues of race with humor and insight.
Malefane explains why she felt the need to establish a theater company in her native South Africa.
The two-time Academy Award winner discusses her latest film releases, You’re Not You and The Homesman.
The talented musician talks about her memoir, The Beat of My Own Drum, which is a testament to the positive power of music.
Jarreau tells why he pays tribute to the artistry of George Duke with his CD, “My Old Friend.”
The multitalented artist shares stories from his autobiography in which he chronicles his rise to successful jazz/soul crossover artist.