Movies on TV this week: Sunday, April 12, 2020
Rihanna and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey are co-funding a $4.2-million grant to the Mayor's Fund for L.A. to help domestic violence victims.
Mister Cartoon, tagger turned tattooist to the stars, and Estevan Oriol, bouncer turned hip-hop documentarian, have a new Netflix film, 'LA Originals.'
Podcaster and comedian Marc Maron says listen to health officials about the coronavirus pandemic, take a breath and learn the Serenity Prayer.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge takes her "Fleabag" character back to her stage roots. Here's how you can see a filmed performance.
Readers respond to the many ways the COVID-19 crisis has changed life for artists, paparazzi, dog walkers. Plus a fond farewell to retiring L.A. Times film critic Kenneth Turan and what a cat knows about staying at home.
"The Last Temptation of Christ," "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" and "Life of Brian" also make this critic's list of recommendations.
Alan Yang's debut feature, "Tigertail," starring Tzi Ma and Christine Ko, should prompt a few parents to share life stories with their adult children.
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Paradigm on Thursday denied allegations made by former agent Debbee Klein that its CEO had used company money to pay for prostitutes.