For Lizzie Germann, the local film industry was the antidote to an industry that is notoriously difficult to enter
Poppy and Branch are back to save the world (again) in the family-friendly Trolls sequel
Although concert venues are shut down, you can still support your favorite singers and their virtual performances
In his short film, Columbia director Kamau Bilal explores the feelings of defeat and fear that come with growing up
Statewide and national stay-at-home orders haven’t been so super for local comic book shops
The Burney Sisters have started doing Facebook Live performances during the social distancing orders. They do these basement sessions to connect more with their audience and for their audience to feel more connected to them.
The show must go online. Recorded videos, livestreams and virtual events — while people stay home, local performers find new ways to entertain.
Eilene Zimmerman discusses how she transitioned from a reporter to a subject in a book about her life
No need for a passport, airfare or even an art museum ticket–these online exhibits are just a click away
Writers now reach out to fans the only way they can: online
A look into how one organization fosters new companies through support, playtesting and more
The former director of the Columbia Art League uses the KOPN show to share global perspectives from lockdowns
As concerts got cancelled, the artists turned to online platforms to present their music and to earn money
From rom-coms to psychological thrillers, find top anime picks to suit any taste
How local artists are fighting closed doors when art is deemed "non-essential"
Local folk-pop musicians Emma and Olivia Burney released their newest EP on Mar. 22 but have had to cancel upcoming shows due to COVID-19
Executive Director Alex George says authors will speak to fans via Housebound Unbound livestreams
The poetry imprint of publishing company Persea Books on MU’s campus helps bring authors’ work to readers’ hands
The proposed bill would bring back a tax credit to incentivize filmmakers to work in the Show-Me state
Former RJI faculty member Roger Fidler's new book details how he conceived of a tablet newspaper three decades before Apple released its iPad