Mandalit del Barco

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WarnerMedia Announces New Inclusion Rider Policy To Promote Diversity

Thursday, September 06, 2018

The parent company of Warner Brothers, WarnerMedia, announced a new policy for including women and underrepresented groups in all areas of production. It's also known as an inclusion rider.


The Future Of Food Critics

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Anthony Bourdain and food critic Jonathan Gold shared a love of street food. With their deaths, and many moves in the world of food writing and criticism, the industry is at a moment where it can be reshaped.


Disneyland Fan Amassed A Collection Over 25 Years. Now It's For Sale

Friday, August 24, 2018

Richard Kraft is selling an entire warehouse of Disney memorabilia. Thousands of people are showing up to look at his collection before it goes up for auction.


On 'Fanfare For The Common Man,' An Anthem For The American Century

Thursday, July 19, 2018

Written in the thick of WWII, Aaron Copland's piece seems to have hope woven between its notes. Mandalit del Barco asks why so many who hear it, from presidents to prog rockers, are still so moved.


Chicano Protests And Celebrity Portraits: George Rodriguez's Los Angeles

Friday, July 06, 2018

The photographer, now 80 years old, pointed his lens at rock stars and Hollywood icons — when he wasn't documenting social justice movements.


Looking At Photographer George Rodriguez

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Photographer George Rodriguez has chronicled a visual history of Los Angeles over his multidecade career. His work is being celebrated in a new book as well as his first retrospective.


'Beyond The Streets,' And Far From Vandalism: Street Art Gets A Massive Show

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Outlaws. That's what they were called when they plastered their art on buildings and subway cars. Now, a Los Angeles exhibition looks at the studio work these artists created later in their careers.


Gender-Balanced Films And TV Projects Receive ReFrame Recognition

Monday, June 11, 2018

A dozen films are being recognized for having gender balance in front of and behind the camera. Called the ReFrame stamp, the distinction is being given to films including Wonder Woman and The Post.


What Gun Violence Protesters Can Learn From 1968's Chicano Blowouts

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Fifty years ago, Chicano students walked out of East Los Angeles high schools — angry at the lack of school resources and their curriculum. Eventually the school district changed its policies.


Bill Cosby And Roman Polanski Expelled From Motion Picture Academy

Friday, May 04, 2018

After Bill Cosby was convicted of assaulting a woman, the academy issued a statement saying both he and director Roman Polanski would be expelled for violating the organization's standards of conduct.


Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige On The Future Of Marvel Movies

Thursday, April 26, 2018

The studio president tells NPR, "Black Panther will not be a one-off for us. ... Movies should represent the world in which they are made." Marvel's latest, Avengers: Infinity War, is out this week.


If It's Awkward, 'My Instinct Is To Make Fun Of It,' Says Armando Iannucci

Thursday, March 08, 2018

The Scottish satirist's new movie, The Death of Stalin, spoofs the way the dictator's lackeys jostled each other after his death — all part of a lifetime of mocking the pompous and powerful.


The 'Wrinkle In Time' Movie Began As A Fifth-Grader's Dream

Tuesday, March 06, 2018

For over a half century, one film producer has tried to adapt Madeleine L'Engle's sci-fi classic into a movie. Enter Walt Disney Pictures, director Ava DuVernay and a budget exceeding $100 million.


After 2017's Surprising Oscars, 2018's Awards Went Pretty Much As Expected

Monday, March 05, 2018

The Shape of Water was the big winner at Sunday night's Academy Awards. This was the first Oscars' ceremony following the sexual harassment scandals that have rocked Hollywood.


Hollywood Diversity Study Finds 'Mixed Bag' When It Comes To Representation

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

The report finds that broadcast TV and children's series are increasingly diverse, but people of color remain underrepresented on all fronts, including lead roles, writers, directors and showrunners.


At 60th Annual Grammy Awards, Bruno Mars Dominates Major Categories

Monday, January 29, 2018

Pop Singer Bruno Mars swept Sunday's Grammy Awards, a ceremony that many expected to be dominated by Hip Hop and Latin music. Mars took home 3 of the top prizes: Album, Song and Record of the Year.


Oscar Nominations Will Be Viewed Through 'MeToo' Lens

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

The 90th Academy Award nominations are announced Tuesday. Issues about sexual misconduct and gender parity might play a role in how members vote, and they may come up during the ceremony in March.


Films At Sundance Reflect Vast Cultural Shifts Across The World

Friday, January 19, 2018

The Sundance Film Festival is underway in Park City, Utah, the first since the Harvey Weinstein story broke. This year's slate of films reflect vast cultural shifts across the country and the world.


Mary J. Blige Gets Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star On Her Birthday

Friday, January 12, 2018

Mary J. Blige is having a moment. The nine-time Grammy winning singer has been getting award nominations for acting in the film Mudbound. Blige says she's grateful for her star.


Activism At The 75th Golden Globes Went Beyond Black Dresses

Monday, January 08, 2018

Stories of sexual harassment and abuse in Hollywood inspired women at the Golden Globes to wear black dresses. Among the night's winners: Lady Bird and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.