This Is Where I Leave You
The family gathering comedy is one of the more difficult genres to pull off. Good for Levy for trying something different. But next time he…
Katherine Tulich is an Australian-born entertainment journalist now
living in Los Angeles, where she covers music, movies and television.
She is a contributor to the Los Angeles Times.
Benedict Cumberbatch talks about "The Fifth Estate."
Peter Landesman, Paul Giamatti and Jacki Weaver talk about making "Parkland."
The members of Metallica and Dane DeHaan discuss "Metallica Through the Never."
Film Journalist Katherine Tulich interviews "Rush" director Ron Howard and the film's stars, Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Brühl.
Katherine Tulich sits down with "Austenland" star Keri Russell, writer/director Jerusha Hess, and author Stephenie Meyer, whose company, Fickle Fish Films, produced the film.
Katherine Tulich talks to Miles Teller and Shailene Woodley, the stars of "The Spectacular Now."
"Fruitvale Station" details the last day in the life of Oscar Grant, who was fatally shot by a BART police officer in the early hours of New Year's Day 2009 in Oakland, California. In this video report, film journalist Katherine Tulich interviews writer/director Ryan Coogler and the film's stars, Michael B.Jordan, Melonie Diaz and Oscar winner Octavia Spencer.
Terence Stamp opens up about singing in "Unfinished Song," the long acting dry spell he had in the 1970s, and working with Steven Soderbergh.
Katherine Tulich talks to Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke and Richard Linklater about returning once again to the characters from "Before Sunrise" and "Before Sunset" for the new film "Before Midnight."
"Room 237" is a captivating and engrossing new documentary exploring the covert symbols and whacked-out theories that have obsessed ardent fans of Stanley Kubrick's 1980 horror film, "The Shining." From a personal secret statement about the Holocaust to a cryptic confession about his involvement in a supposed NASA cover of the Apollo 11 moon landing, "Room 237" offers the wildly diverse interpretations of five obsessed film fanatics regarding Kubrick's possible hidden intentions. Katherine Tulich interviewed the film's LA based director Rodney Ascher and producer Tim White for this video report.