California is tired of losing big money to runaway production—so it’s fighting back.
California’s last boarding school for Indigenous students moves toward embracing—not disgracing—tradition and culture.
Three prominent archives of rare materials that document the history of Black film, beginning as early as 1898, land in Los Angeles.
The ACLU’s long-running campaign to inform immigrants and protesters pivots from paper to apps.
Since COVID-19 struck, distress lines have been lighting up at the nation’s oldest suicide prevention center.
Character and dialogue? We got this. A new generation of female playwrights is shaking up television writers’ rooms across Hollywood.
Nearly 50 years before Crazy Rich Asians, a group of UCLA students began documenting the Asian American experience on film.