The 15th annual festival returns to E Street Cinema from Sept. 6-16.
Hollywood’s first all-Asian cast in 25 years is the box-office champ for two straight weeks. WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley explains why the film is so deserving.
Which fun events should you check out in September in the D.C. area?
Legendary crooner Johnny Mathis will perform at the fourth annual “Heroes of Child Justice” charity event next month in D.C.
“Passion” marks Signature Theatre’s record 29th production of a Stephen Sondheim show. WTOP’s Jason Fraley catches up with the cast and director.
WTOP’s Jason Fraley chats with Glenn Close, Christian Slater and director Björn Runge about their new movie “The Wife.”
Denzel Washington’s son John David Washington stars in the true story of an African-American cop infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan in 1972.
The second annual festival celebrates both the hidden figures of history and the rise of black superheroes.
Founding members of both The Rascals and The Moody Blues are coming to The Birchmere over the next week.
Jeff Daniels shares what it’s like playing music with his son and reflects on his most famous roles, from “Dumb & Dumber” to “The Newsroom.”
You’re gonna need a bigger boat, as Hollywood ups the ante with “The Meg,” a larger-than-life action/horror flick that plays it straighter than you’d think — for better and for worse.
The three changes to the Academy Awards are well-intentioned but will have unintended consequences. WTOP’s Jason Fraley explains in detail what’s good and bad about them.
Alice Walker’s Pulitzer-winning novel became a Spielberg movie and Broadway hit — and now arrives at the Kennedy Center.
The 81-year-old actor and director tells Entertainment Weekly that his next movie, “The Old Man & The Gun” (2018), will be his final on-screen appearance after decades in the industry.
Get ready “Grease” fans! D.C.’s got chills — and they’re multiplying.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.