This inspiring documentary profiles a five-star chef in India, a schoolgirl in South Carolina and a retired teacher in Minneapolis, all of whom followed unusual paths to a common mission - to help feed the hungry.
Panel Discussion With KCRW's Evan Kleiman & Experts!
Is sugar the next tobacco? This much-talked-about documentary examines the relationship between government regulatory agencies and the sugar and processed-food industries and why our sweet tooth may be killing us. A panel discussion follows with KCRW's "Good Food" host Evan Kleiman, L.A. Food Policy Council Director of Policy and Innovation Clare Fox, and Ann Gentry, founder and CEO of Real Food Daily.
60th Anniversary! Introduction by James Duke Mason & Book Signing w/ Author Randy Schmidt!
Director James Gray appears for a discussion with his recent Palme d'Or nominee, period drama THE IMMIGRANT, starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, and Jeremy Renner, and 2008's TWO LOVERS, also starring Phoenix as an emotionally wounded man torn between two women (Gwyneth Paltrow and Vinessa Shaw).
Join historian, author and collector Peter Sheridan for an illustrated presentation on the beautifully crafted vintage, art deco radios used to tune in to countless broadcasts during golden age of radio. He'll sign copies of his new book Deco Radio: The Most Beautiful Radios Ever Made between the lecture and an archival print screening of 1937 musical WAKE UP AND LIVE, a satire based on a longrunning gag from legendary gossip columnist Walter Winchell and bandleader Ben Bernie's respective radio shows.
The new film fusing cinematic drama with reality in a journey through the life of musician Nick Cave plays one night at the Aero. Also showing in a special engagement at the Egyptian Theatre this month!