Kronos QuartetMar 11, 2014The Grammy winning string quartet has been together for over 40 years and are continually reimagining the string quartet experience. They have collaborated with a host of intrepid thinkers for live performances, multimedia experiences, and film scores.35 other events on Tuesday, March 11
The yearning twang of bluegrass brings Belgian musicians Didier (Johan Hldenbergh) and Elise (Veerle Baetens) together in The Broken Circle Breakdown and beguiles them through all the heartaches and tragedies that follow.
Will the revolution be televised? That’s the burning question at the heart of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, a sneaky and effective film adaptation of the second novel in Suzanne Collins’ mega-popular young-adult trilogy.
n epic of emotion and heartache, Blue is the WarmestColor tells the sublime story of Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos), a senior in high school who falls in love with a university art student named Emma (Léa Seydoux).
Every fall, San Diego gets treated to a multitude of film festivals—so many, in fact, that it's easy to get overwhelmed. But if you're a movie lover, the San Diego Asian Film Festival's diverse programming schedule is pure catnip.
Unfortunately, Ron's freewheeling lifestyle has already gotten the best of him. A few scenes into the film, he's diagnosed with HIV, and from here, Dallas Buyers Club becomes about borrowed time and what we do with it.
John Krokidas' Kill Your Darlings—opening Friday, Oct. 25 at Hillcrest Cinemas—a mostly flaccid biopic about the genesis of the beatnik ideology, posits the young Ginsberg (Daniel Radcliffe) as the focal point.
Paper artist draws with a knife, intricately creating unique narrative tales
Bhavna Mehta figured out that her No. 1 objective with her art is storytelling. With each piece, the India-born artist strives to share narratives about what it means to be an immigrant in the United States.
San Diego artist and professor leaves behind impactful art and a standout approach to education
Ernest Silva's Facebook page has been transformed into an emotional online memorial. The artist died last week, and the page has since been filling up with comments posted by students, colleagues, fans and others.
The eccentric actor and filmmaker is actually a pretty nice guy
CityBeat published a somewhat snarky piece in this week's paper, cautiously recommending that people check out actor Crispin Glover's upcoming film screenings and live performance. In it, I say Glover...