Strike A Pose Documentary Star Kevin Stea: Reunion Was Cathartic For Madonna's Blond Ambition Dancers
"Over the years, it held on as this lingering, amazing job that changed people's lives," said Stea, who 25 years ago shot to fame with the Blond Ambition tour and accompanying film Madonna: Truth or Dare.
After almost 40 years driving New York City buses and subways, Darius McCollum has become the "master" of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. It's more than just a "calling" for him. It's an obsession.
What filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer uncovered in his first film on the subject, The Act of Killing, and now in his follow up film, The Look of Silence, is the dirty little secret that this was a cover story to justify a ruthless military take over of the country. A bloodbath the United States wittingly and unwittingly supported.
Over the past six decades, at least 200,000 Korean children have been adopted into families in more than 15 countries, with a vast majority living in the United States.
Building a Transmedia Project for Young Adults With Mental Illness, Their Families and Their Health Care Providers
Telling stories across multiple media forms, tapping the strengths of each, offers the potential to develop meaningful stories in much deeper and more engaging ways.
Thinking of a romantic getaway? Consider traveling to Reykjavik, Iceland. Located conveniently on the fringe of the Arctic
"I think most people in the audience have no real idea of the time, detail and hard work that go into making the final show
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich joins HuffPost Live to give Mike Sacks some friendly parenting advice.
Lars Ulrich joins HuffPost Live to discuss the situation between Metallica and Napster.
Lars Ulrich joins HuffPost Live to discuss his unlikely friendship with actor Bradley Cooper.
In February, we're told that our minds should revolve around foil-wrapped chocolates, bouquets of flowers and celebrating how much our loved ones mean to us. But we should also remember the military women struggling to return to their civilian lives as mothers, wives and friends.
Jennilyn Merten and Tyler Measom talk about the power of documentary films and the passion it took to make Sons of Perdition
The acclaimed new documentary "How To Survive A Plague" has been moving audiences nationwide since its release this fall
The film is advocacy journalism at its very best, exposing what can happen when men accused of abuse get custody in family courts.