Academy Award winning screenwriter and director James Ivory discusses two films, 30 years apart: Maurice and Call Me By Your Name. #TCMFF
6 couples, 6 different stories, 1 afternoon in L.A. Directed by Michael Dunaway, 6 L.A. Love Stories is a raw and bare bones look at the complexities of love and relationships. … Continue Reading Six L.A. Love Stories
The amazing story of Jesse Owens and the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Available to rent from DVD Netflix.
Raoul Peck’s The Young Karl Marx is a powerful, multi-lingual biopic that explores inequality and class struggles within the context of the lives of two influential philosophers: Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
a fascinating documentary uncovers the little known history of the first Yale Unit’s contributions to American aviation during WWI.
A moving film about love, loss and starting a new life in a foreign land. A perfect film for a romantic date night.
Director Raoul Peck’s follow up to I Am Not Your Negro premieres later this month.
Django (2017) is a beautiful and atmospheric film that is in no rush to tell its story of a jazz legend in a critical moment in his life.
The Downton Abbey of Spain, this upstairs downstairs period drama explores the mystery and intrigue of a luxury hotel in Edwardian era Spain. Premiering on KCET and LinkTV.
First feature film about the life of poet Emily Dickinson. An emotionally charged albeit quiet movie.
TNT’s new crime drama brings Caleb Carr’s bestselling novel The Alienist to the small screen.
A new feature film explores the life of celebrated jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt during WWII.