Oscar-nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock talks about Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold—his new documentary on the impact of ever-present branding messages in the daily lives of consumers.
Rapper-turned-actor Ice-T reflects on his journey from the streets of South Central L.A. and his decision to turn away from a life of crime, which he chronicles in his memoir, Ice.
Tavis talks with award-winning movie mogul Harvey Weinstein about his latest film, the animated feature Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil, and his career as co-founder of both Miramax Films and The Weinstein Company.
In the final night of shows from NY, Tavis talks with celebrated dancer-choreographer and soon-to-be artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Robert Battle.
Award-winning actress Loretta Devine, one of the original “Dreamgirls,” talks about her newest feature release, Jumping the Broom.
Grammy-winning funk icon Bootsy Collins shares lessons learned from James Brown and George Clinton and describes working on his new CD with people not known for music—like Dr. Cornel West and Rev. Al Sharpton.
Emmy-winning TV icon talks about his return to the small screen in the CBS hit Blue Bloods and in his latest Jesse Stone installment.
Actor-director Kenneth Branagh explains the evolution of his career from Shakespeare interpreter to comics director, with the new action/fantasy film Thor, based on the Marvel superhero.
Grammy-winning neo-soul singer-songwriter Raphael Saadiq discusses his roots as a bass guitarist and explains why it took him so long to become comfortable as a front man; he also performs a track from his new CD, “Stone Rollin’.”
I’ve just come across the work of a filmmaking team called Everynone, and I thought I’d share it. Films on simple ideas…symmetry, words or even just moments in time where not much happens. They’re all beautifully shot and perfectly simple. Economy of style at its best. I like this one quite a lot, but they’re [...]