Los Angeles freelancer Hugh Hart covers movies, television, art, design and the wild wild web (for San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times and New York Times). A former Chicagoan, Hugh also walks his Afghan Hound many times a day and writes twisted pop songs.
- How The Writer Of "American Sniper" Went From Failed Actor To Oscar Nominee
- Capturing Creativity: How Oscar-Contending Documentarians Portrayed Innovators And Eccentrics
- Nordic Noir: A Viewer's Guide to Binge-Watching Northern Europe's Chilly Thrillers
- Capturing The Artist And The Marketing Whiz Behind "Big Eyes"
- 7 Reasons “Peaky Blinders” Is One Of The Year’s Most Immersive Crime Dramas
- PES Shows How He Made His Eye-Popping New Stop Motion Film, "Submarine Sandwich"
- A Legend (Sort Of) Demystified: 10 Insights From The New Doc "Remembering Kubrick"
- Extreme Shooting: Capturing The Harsh, Hallucinatory Beauty Of Antarctica
- 7 Lessons In Creativity From The Brilliant Code Breaker of "The Imitation Game"
- A Jingle Truck Artist Brings The Mobile Art Of Pakistan To America
- How Lisa Kudrow And Michael Patrick King Made Reality Even More Real With "The Comeback"
- Toasting The Light And Dark Of Creative Genius In Dylan Thomas Biopic "A Poet In New York"
- The Immigrant Moonwalker: How The Daily Show's Aasif Mandvi Found Himself Through Pop Culture
- Stripped Down: See Great Movies Boiled Down To 5-Second Pictograms
- Cobain, Tupac, Winehouse: Street Artist D*Face Portrays Artists Who Burned Bright and Died Young