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Fueled by the renegade spirit of independent artists, Sundance NEXT FEST is a new breed of festival experience celebrating the intersection of music and film. Kicking off with a Cinespia screening of the Sundance classic Napoleon Dynamite at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, NEXT FEST runs through the weekend with the L.A. premieres of six new films at the historic Theatre at the Ace Hotel. Marked …
This summer, KCRW brought together a creative, enthusiastic team called the Summer Marketing Interns. This is just one idea they came up with to really put a personal touch on our gauntlet of a summer concert series!
Photos and words by Anya Lehr
KCRW is bringing free concerts all summer to the people of Los Angeles, but it’s the people that attend that are really showing off the …
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“I think you can fall in love with someone on the air and not know they are real,” KK Barrett, production designer of Her.
This week, KCRW’s friends and family turned out for a party to celebrate Press Play’s launch. Hosted by KCRW Champions Tim and Neda Disney in their contemporary Larchmont Village home, the event included a panel led by Press Play host Madeleine Brand …
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Friday, January 31st 2014 7:30 PM
Renee Montagne, award winning journalist and co-host of NPR Morning Edition interviews Davis Guggenheim, filmmaker and producer of such films as An Inconvenient Truth, Waiting for Superman and It Might Get Loud. Doors Open at 7 PM Come early for refreshments and live music!
All Tickets $15.00
To purchase tickets go to vidiotsfoundation.org and click on the Paypal “buy” button for …
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On December 9th, KCRW held its annual Board Holiday Party at the Bungalow in Santa Monica. Members of the KCRW Foundation Board, Champions and KCRW talent and staff gathered for this festive occasion, welcoming Madeleine Brand to the KCRW family. Unveiled this past summer, the Champion Circle is comprised of KCRW’s newest group of high-level philanthropic supporters. If you’d like to learn more about the Champion program, …
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Theatre Raymond Kabbaz invites you to experience animated and live action shorts from France, with a handy discount to KCRW-ers!
With two separate evenings of shorts this January, Theatre Raymond Kabbaz wishes KCRW fans “Heureuse nouvelle année,” (that’s Happy New Year, friends!). Click here to purchase tickets, and enter promo code KCRW15 to receive your 15% discount. Merci!
JANUARY 16, 7:30pm at Theatre Raymond Kabbaz
Résolument Animés (Resolutely Animated) …
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KCRW Presents: RUSH
A Special Screening for KCRW Listeners
Before Rush opens to the public on the big screen, KCRW is hosting a sneak-peak screening for our listeners only!
Tell us about your first car in the comments section below, and we’ll choose winners to receive a FREE pair of tickets to this special …
In celebration of A. Quincy Jones: Building for Better Living, the Hammer and KCRW present five Thursday evenings of free live music in the Hammer courtyard. Curated by and featuring KCRW DJs, special musical guests will be announced over the course of the series. 7pm. For more information, visit hammer.ucla.edu
KCRW members can bring their fringe benefits card to gain access to the Members Lounge …
KCRW kicked off their first UpClose conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Lawrence Wright and Kim Masters, host of The Business. The two sat down to discuss Wright’s new book, Going Clear: Scientology, Hollywood and the Prison of Belief.
Opening remarks to the packed house were made by KCRW General Manager Jennifer Ferro.
The Ann and Jerry Moss Theater, a brand new, state-of-the-art theater located on the …
KCRW hosted the first #KCRWmoves Pop-Up Gallery last Friday at Atwater Crossing. The first of four events celebrated music discovery through the incredible photographs taken by longtime station photographer Larry Hirshowitz.
Over 200 intimate portraits taken by Hirshowitz during live performances at KCRW were projected on walls throughout the venue, giving attendees an insider’s look at many of their favorite artists.
Prints were also on-hand for …