A full feature with a storyline that an enterprising six-year-old might have thought was a little too rudimentary.
Jana Monji, made in San Diego, California, lost in Japan several times, has written about theater and movies for the LA Weekly, LA Times, and currently, Examiner.com and the Pasadena Weekly. Currently living in LA, she has found her inner Latina dancing Argentine tango. Her short fiction has been published in the Asian American Literary Review.
PBS' American Masters has a special four-hours for foodies, with docs on James Beard, Jacques Pepin, Alice Waters and Julia Child.
A report on the L.A. Riots and the many documentaries looking back on it 25 years later.
A report on Asian-American responses to "Iron Fist," "Power Rangers" and "Ghost in the Shell."
A piece on the prescience and impact of George Orwell's "1984" and the film version, which returns to theaters next week.
When will Asian Americans be considered American enough and when will Asians matter in the racial conundrum that is the United States?
Jana Monji journeys to the legendary Disney vaults to learn more about the creation of Disney's "Pinocchio."
Four honorees were celebrated during a special luncheon preceding the African American Film Critics Association awards on February 8.
PBS will soon be airing two documentaries that provide introductions to lesser known activists who believed in nonviolent civil disobedience.
A preview of the new PBS series "Spy in the Wild," which puts animatronic cameras among wild animals big and small.
Meryl Streep and other awards recipients shared their thoughts on an America under Donald Trump during last night's Golden Globes ceremony.