As the New York art house and repertory cinema unveils its expansion, filmmakers share their favorite memories.
The strongest documentaries in this year’s edition of the annual event are also the most heartbreaking.
In “Going Back Home,” the British-Pakistani photographer Mahtab Hussain explores the life he could have had if his parents never emigrated.
In her project “The Wall,” Mojgan Ghanbari sought to start a dialogue between Iranian mothers and daughters.
A family flees Iraq and eventually resettles in Indiana — all except for one, who remained halfway around the world.
Performers at the event talk about what goes into their song choices: social relevance, taking risks, moving the crowd or sometimes just seizing a moment.
The Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s trapezoidal cultural center will break ground in late 2018.
Sonallah Ibrahim’s historical fiction novel ties his personal experiences with news stories to illustrate a transitional period in Lebanese history.
Oregon is one of four states, in addition to the District of Columbia, that has legalized recreational marijuana.
The book will share the stories of 13 American women who persevered in the face of opposition, including Harriet Tubman, Nellie Bly and Maria Tallchief.
What if Trump and Clinton’s genders were swapped? Previews of the re-enactment of the 2016 debates will come to the Theater Center on Wednesday.