Which film featured a fake baby? Who wanted her character to die of in the midst of filming? Find out before Sunday's Oscars.
By Joshua Barajas
Ahead of the 87th Academy Awards this Sunday, can you guess which Oscar-nominated film these critics' reviews praised or bashed this past year?…
Lisa Genova, neuroscientist and author of "Still Alice," answers questions about recognizing and dealing with Alzheimer's.
Richard Linklater reflects on growing up in front of the camera and how changing technology will effect today's kids who are documented constantly.
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By Victoria Fleischer, Laura Santhanam
With this morning's announcement of the nominations for the 87th annual Academy Awards, we want to hear which films, directors and actors you think should take home a gold statuette. Before the big night, we here at Art Beat will…
By Joshua Barajas, Victoria Fleischer
"The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Birdman" led the pack of Oscar nominations, nabbing nine each, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced Thursday morning. Check out the full list of nominations.
By Victoria Fleischer
“Dirty Wars” director Richard Rowley talks to chief arts correspondent Jeffrey Brown about the dangers of investigating covert American wars in Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia. Richard Rowley and Jeremy Scahill are both war reporters who have been…
By Victoria Fleischer, Chelsea Coatney
Every year when the Academy Awards roll around, most nominated films and performers have already captivated the public's attention. But often there's a handful of films that viewers don't know quite as well. Here are six you might want to…
From the earliest days of Egypt's uprising in 2011, director Jehane Noujaim, producer Karim Amer and their team shouldered cameras on the streets of Cairo as a revolution unfolded. The famous "18 days" -- centered on central Cairo's Tahrir Square…
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