Best known for her falsetto voice and toe-tapping synth-pop tracks, London-bred artist Elly Jackson is back on the airwaves— and poised to make waves—with sophomore serving, Trouble in Paradise: a nine-track pop-infused follow-up to her self-titled debut album, La Roux.
The directorial debut of longtime celebrated cinematographer, Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight), Transcendence is an ultra-modern, cautionary tale for the techno-savvy. Kate Mara plays Bree, a radical environmentalist and leader of RIFT (Revolutionary Independence from Technology).
Adapted from Max Brooks' cult classic of the same name, director Marc Forster's World War Z stars Brad Pitt as Gerry Lane, a former United Nations employee who is enlisted to weed out the source of a global zombie pandemic threatening to devastate mankind.
Exploring the discrepancy between America's abundance of natural food resources and the rising number of malnourished Americans in A Place at the Table, documentary filmmakers Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush present three unique hunger cases to color their narrative.
At 43, Jackie had a (much older) husband (time-share mogul, David Siegel), eight children, insurmountable wealth, and an influential social circle. And so, "because [they] could," the Siegels began construction on a 90,000-square-foot mega-mansion modeled after the Palace of Versailles. Beautifully crafted, Lauren Greenfield's documentary about the Siegels, The Queen of Versailles, dives into a world of gaudiness and excess characterized by the 1%.