The Frame A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.
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A daily chronicle of creativity in film, TV, music, arts and entertainment produced by Southern California Public Radio. Host John Horn leads the conversation, accompanied by the nation's most plugged-in cultural journalists.

Most Recent Episodes

A New Look At Neverland With A Focus On 'Wendy'

Filmmaker Benh Zeitlin returns to directing for the first time since "Beasts of the Southern Wild" with "Wendy"; Dr. Shari Fink, executive producer of "Pandemic: How to Prevent an Outbreak"; Gabriel Roth, the man behind The Daptone Sound.

Not Always Sunny At 'Mythic Quest'

Co-creators Rob McElhenney and Megan Ganz, who also work together on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," talk about their new Apple TV+ series; Bob Iger's successor is named at Disney; a report from the the Eurosonic music festival in the Netherlands.

Imelda Marcos As 'The Kingmaker'

Lauren Greenfield's documentary tracks the rise and fall of the woman who still holds sway in the Philippines; Harvey Weinstein found guilty on two of five charges.

Weekend: Robbie Robertson remembers; Kerry Washington makes a doc; Alfred Molina on stage...

Kerry Washington and the team behind "Weiner" make a documentary about ACLU lawyers taking on the Trump administration; Alfred Molina tackles dementia on stage and in his family; Robbie Robertson reflects on life in The Band.

Weekend: Robbie Robertson remembers; Kerry Washington makes a doc; Alfred Molina on stage...

'The Fight' Matches The ACLU Vs. The Trump Administration

A new documentary produced by Kerry Washington examines the battle over civil liberties on several fronts; why Harvey Weinstein might escape a conviction; the real science behind horror movies.

Maria Bamford Finds Humor In 'Weakness'

The comedian's latest hilarious exploration of mental health is titled "Weakness Is The Brand"; recollections from the engineer who 50 years ago won the only Grammy for The Beatles' "Abbey Road."

The Con Behind 'McMillions'

The filmmakers of the HBO docu-series talk about how the game was rigged without the knowledge of McDonald's; still no verdict in Weinstein trial; Robbie Robertson on the new documentary about The Band, "Once Were Brothers."

'The Father' Hits Close To Home For Alfred Molina

The actor's character has Alzheimer's disease, which has afflicted Molina's wife; what goes into reissuing vintage recordings on vinyl?

Weekend: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 'Don't F--- With Cats', Korean Cinema deep dive and more

Why Julia Louis-Dreyfus wanted to produce and co-star in "Downhill"; a guide to South Korean films now that "Parasite" has captured your imagination; "What The Constitution Means To Me" makes you think ; "Don't F--- With Cats" is true crime with a message....about true crime.

Weekend: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 'Don't F--- With Cats', Korean Cinema deep dive and more

L.A. Enters A Big 'Frieze'

As the international Frieze Art Fair launches its second edition in Los Angeles, curators Rita Gonzalez and Pilar Tompkins Rivas lead a tour of their part of the event; closing arguments are finished at Harvey Weinstein's trial; what's it like to be a TV critic these days?

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