KHOL film critic Jeff Counts reviews Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of David Grann’s bestselling book.
The play draws parallels between Jackson and Reykjavík, Iceland. Director Dillon Hanna says there’s a magic trick in every scene.
The two politicians discussed why they got into politics, their experiences during the 2020 election and how they want to be remembered for their public service.
The legendary snowboarding filmmaker strives to make every shot as epic as possible.
Yarzab and Muromcew share their beliefs and opinions about libertarianism and communitarianism, capitalism and socialism.
KHOL film critic Jeff Counts sits down with the director of this indie documentary screening at Movieworks’ Frank’s Film Festival.
Emma Leither and Toni Walk both grew up Catholic but with different social and political ideologies.
Company members stress the value of community and perform a song live at the KHOL studios.
A generation apart and politically different, Mark Houser and Andy Weenig talk about raising teenagers.