Arts Express: Robin Williams’ Angriest Man, and Jeff Bridges Tribute

Jeff Bridges eulogy for Robin Williams, and scenes from the late actor’s last movie released just prior to his passing, The Angriest Man In Brooklyn. In which Williams furiously portrays seemingly beyond raw and real, a dying man contemplating suicide.

Get On Up: A conversation with Mick Jagger about the James Brown musical biopic, which he produced. The Stones legend is his own right also reflects on the obsession to be somebody, and the price one always pays for that.


Susan Sarandon talks The Last Of Robin Hood; the strange, scandalous life of Errol Flynn – which included both accusations of being a Nazi and support for Fidel Castro and revolutionary Cuba back then; refusing to shut up; movie critics; and the enduring legacy of Thelma And Louise.

Poetry Corner: James Scully reading at a Santa Cruz cafe, introduced by Adrienne Rich. Chris Butters reports.

Prairie Miller is a New York multimedia journalist online, in print and radio, who reviews movies and conducts in-depth interviews. She can also be heard on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network’s Arts Express.